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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 506
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twn Portland and ftalam; clrcu- a
lata In vry Motion of Clock-
maa County, with a population of
30,000. Ar you an advertiser?
OL 2 No.' 38.
OREGON CITY. OnEaQN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, .1911.
Pa Week, 10 Cbmti
MS BIG GAIN
(9,000 VOTE DURING
SMITH STILL LEADS IN RACE
r Contaatant Mak Remarkable
,howlng and Contaat Become
Mora Exerting Than
lfttT(ly waa certainly a buay
Kh tb t'ontoat Department of
Morning Bnterprlae. It being
Inn! day of th extra apeclal offar
ruxli waa mad by candidate to
Kurr they wr In tlm to oast
votra, and tb auoceee of a
r 1 1 y or mum Been ouij a iict
UlIK HTANDINQ OF TUB CAN
MTKH to varlfy. Tb moat no
Mo inrreaa la that of Mia Elhel
i,it, of Hprlngwatr, wbo pollod
re iban 69.000 vol. W con
mlHtn you Mlaa Cloor and point
j.iii a an xampl of what any
iMiif ran do who go after ub
,tlma with determination "to do
Hi.. ' Mia lUlen Smith atlll leada
lilHiikt No. S. but with Mlaa Clo
fiu h a clo second It will not
riM ua to see their poaltlona re-
tiefore many daya. Mlaa Mil
Li iteam, of Willamette, now hnlda
rl place, but It la entirely wltbin
I realm of reason to bellev Mlaa
in will overtake tb otber betor
I rloi-e of tb oo meet September i,
k Iiiin a hoat of friend wbo ar
bii to Hi and by her to .th flrilah
MWi Kay llatdorf. of Wat Oregon
K cornea next with a YOU total of
l"l Mlaa Italdorf baa mad an
i-llint showing, conalderlng th
i,- xhe baa given to tr campaign
1 with continued effort from now
' i rloalng night tber I but
i- doiiiit. that br nam will b
l i.l.d with tb winner
Mr M. T. Mark, of Canby, la not
a thousand vote behind Mlaa
it. lor f, and how long ah will re
in In that poaltlon la up to Mr.
ik hrraelf. Continued. dllllgent.
bii ly work a In th paat will plac
name wlth.th laadara long be
lli h rnnteat I closed.
likN lilodwen Tbomaa. of Beaver
k-'k. In not far In. arrears, and-
puKli somewhat handicapped In
kini: an artlv campaign on ao-
ini of being In constant attenaance
n tier mother who met with an
Irhli iit a few daya mo. baa maa a
k'mmI showing and It la alncerely
(I Ml Tbomaa will b abi to
-r i In- fray again within a vary
it time., n- .
JMi-b Annie Gardiner, of Meldrum. 1
no nn'una to be conaldered out of
rm. and we wouldn't be In th
t nnrprlaed to ae her cbang
with thoa at the top of the
before the contest cloaea.
mi-k Helen Kablck. of Stafford, haa
! nn excellent abowlng and her
iii'i'n are aa good a thoae of any
er candidal to be numbered with
MIkh l,ena Story takea flrat plac In
irut No. 1. That la truly a vry
plnre to be Mlaa Story, but be
nii'il. other will be trampling on
r heel before tb wfc la of it.
i'T not let up a moment If you
id to keep In th lead.
MIkh Till! Meyer cornea next, but
(In not expect her to he satisfied
h that location and bellev before
wii k I out ah will again take
" in at th "bead of tb class.
MIfr Kva Kent la third. Why don't
change placea with th leader,
ih Kent Let sM of th others
e yniir place for a while.
Mih Cross baa dropped down to
Nnh iKisltlon, but we know Mlaa
rotm not ROng to remain there
Pg. She no doubt will take her old
Nitlon at the head of th Hat before
Mrs K. P. Zimmerman la not far
khlml Ml., Croaa and we will not be
lirprls r to see Mra. Zimmerman not
pwrr than second plac th cloalng
Mht of the conteat. ,
Tomorrow will tv nnhllahait the
Itoll (.f Honor." If mir nm la In.
Pd.Ml Btriv your utmost not to let
ne ihkou away.
HUNTER HAVE POOR LUCK.
R. Fonbarg Only Member of Party
to Oat Big Qam.
J. It. Kosbarar Mirk nilln.r llarrv
Plvln and Joe MunrH hava ratiirned
r"m ii hunting trip In th Lost Lake
"untry near Mount Hood. Th only
rky tun n in the party was Fosberg.
'ho M),ot a deer. Tbla animal weigh
fl. aft.T it waa dressed. 160 pounds.
r. Konherg will have th antler
counted, plenty of flah were caught.
young men packed for SO miles,
nd ff It none th worse for their trip.
'ny report many camper thla year
n the mountalna.
Spend Ao Evening Wilh Ui
Court No. tKnlahta ef .tfia Raa'a.
nv,t the nla.a....l. I -
Pton City and vlolnlty to be pre
Pnt a social danee, Wlllamatt Hall,
f.!!r,y v,n,n. Auguat 17, Mil,
r to 12 o'clock. , '
BE LARSEf ORCHESTRA.
w C. QREANEt Commandr.
''AUL ELLINOL Plnanolal Sao.
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
CINCH AND DO THEIR VlRT BEST BUT I
STOLEN TEAM FOUND
NEAR OWNER'S HOME
E. R. Dakar of tb Grand Union
Tea Company, on Seventh afreet near
Center, haa recovered the two borsei
stolen from hla barn on' the . West
Side Saturday night, Mr. Baker waa
In Portland, when the horses were
stolen. Upon hla return to hla home
he found the barn door open, and the
horaea ' wer gone. He started back
to this 'city to notify Sheriff Maaa,
and on hla way her met one of bis
neighbors, "Fred Fluae. Mr. Duse pro
ceeded to bla home, and on hla way
met two men on boraeback. He asked
the men wboae horaea they were rid
ing. They aald nothing, but dismount
ed and disappeared In the woods.
The horaea had never been ridden be
fore and th men bad a hard time
trying to "break" them In. The
horaea war found graxlng Sunday
near Mr. Bum's home.
J. J. M'NAMARA.
One of th Defendant In th
Lea Angelas Dynamiting Cae.
Cyel Club Ha Plenlo.
Th Portland Motor Cycle Club held
a picnic near the Tualatin River Sun
day. There waa a targe attendance,
about twenty-five persona making the
trip on tandem machines, and many
by alngle machlnea and electric car.
The day waa apent crawfishing, and
racing, and fancy boxing constituted
the athletic program. One of the fea
tures waa the big apread. Among
thoae attending were- Mr. and Mra.
Llndaey, the former being president
of the dub. - '
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Photo by America Praaa Association.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES-IN CONTEST
CANDIDATES IN DISTRICT NO 1.
MISS MYRTLE CROSS
MISS ALLIES WARS..;..
MI8S LENA 8T0RY
MRS. B. T. ZIMMERMAN
MISS TILLIB MEYERS
MISS EVA KENT Oregon City
MISS ELLA WHITE ...Oregon City
MISS ROSE JUSTIN ...Oregon City
MIS8 LILLY LONO ....Oregon City
MISS ANNA WOODARD. Oregon City
MISS KVA ALLDRBDOB....V... Oregon City
. . . . t
. " Votes.
President Hedge of the Commer
cial Club, at a meeting Monday night,
called a meeting of the executive com
mittee, composed of members of var
lotia commercial organlr.atlong In the
county, for tomorrow "night when pre
liminary arrangements will be made
for the construction of the capital
highway through Clackamas county
on tbla aide of the liver. Mr. Hedgea
announced that the Commercial Club
of thla city would be represented by
Dr. A. L. Heatle, M. J. Laxelle and M.
D. Latourette. Tb executive com
mittee will be guided In Ita work by
the following resolution, which waa
adopted at a meeting on August S:
- "Resolved, by thla body of citizens
assembled that we Indorse the propos
ition of constructing a ' capital high
way from Portland to Salem, and that
we ar willing to contribute toward
th conatructlon of auch a highway on
the East Side of the Willamette Riv
er; and be it further resolved, that
the commercial bodie of Sellwood,
Mllwaukle, Oak Grove, Jennings
Lodge, Gladstone, Oregon City, Mount
Pleasant, New Bra, Canby and Bar
low each be Invited to appoint a com
mittee of three to become an execu
tive committee to work In conjunc
tion with the Capital Highway Com.
mission and the County Court to lo
cate and construct auch a highway,
and that the flrat Joint meeting of
thla committee be left to the Presi
dent of the Commercial Club, of Ore
The committee , will . organise to
morrow night and make plana for the
completion of the boulevard aa Boon
aa oaalble, It will act In conjunction
with the country court and the cap!
tal highway commission In aelectlng
the route and the other work.
The club at the meeting last eve
ning approved a proposition to or
ganise a band In tbla city, and Presl
(.dent Hedges waa authorised to ap
point a manager. There are a num
ber of good musician In the city, and
It la expected that, the band will
start with at leaat twenty pieces.
CAP'DATES IN DISTRICT NO. t.
MlrfS ELLEN MOBHNKB........Shubel 48188
MRS. M. T. MACK Canby 7S512
MI88 ADA LAKIN Mllwaukle 16007
MISS FAY DATDORr...... West Oregon City. ........ 70501
MISS ICINA HUTCHINSON Canby 7521
MISS MILDRED REAM Willamette .... 88329
MI88ADA CARES .Sandy 2K25
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES Sandy 18226
MISS NORA KIMDKRLY Boring 2508
MRSJUUA HOLT .-Oak Grove 7688
MISS INEZ KNOX Boring t 18430
MISS ELS1B 8HOBNRORN Carua 27461
MISS ETHEL CLOSNKR Sprlngwater .....142811
MISS BLODWEN THOMAS Beaver-Creek 64611
MI88 MAY JOHNSON Clackamas 10670
MI88 ETHEL. DB BOK Willamette 6742
MIS8 ANNIE GARDINER Meldrum , 61025
MISS HELEN SMITH Canemah 168532
MISS HELEN RABICK Stafford 89565
MRS. DELIA ROBERTS...-. Jennlnga Lodge .....,... 605ft
"MIR3 ROXY COLB Molalla 2501
MISS VERNA MEAD ....Gladstone ..i 27220
MISS HAZEL HUNOATE Molalla , 11817
MISS JESSIE A KINS Mullno ' 1619
OPENING OF GRAVE
JOHN T. FRIEL, WHO MARRIED
FORMER WIPE'S NURSE.
CHILDREN ARE MADE DEFENDANTS
Complaint .Chargea That It Haa Baii
Intimated He and Hla Bride
c Poisoned Stricken
Charging that several of bis chil
dren are aecretly plotting to have the
body of hla wife exhumed to make a
chemical, examination of the tissues,
John T. Frlel. Sr.-a rancher of
Cherryvllle, Monday, through his at
torneys George C. Brownell and Wil
liam M. Stone, obtained an order In
the Circuit Court restraining them
from doing ao, unleaa It la to be done
by the officials of Clackamas couuly.
After the granting of tbe order Mr.
Frlel returned to the grave of hla for
mer wife to continue tbe nightly vigil
kept by him for more than two week a.
Tbe aged plaintiff aoon after als
wife died married Mlaa Luella Wilson,
trained nurse, wbo waa employed
through an advertisement In a Port
land paper to attend tbe first .Mr.
Frlel soon after ah was - atrlcken.
Th nurse came to Portland from Buf
falo, N. Y having fine recommenda
tions from former employer. Mr.
Frlel declares 'that hla first wife, on
her death bed Importuned him to
marry tbe nurse.
Foul Play Charged.
It haa been alleged that the first
Mrs. Frlel did not die a natural death,
and the children are determined that
a chemical analysts of the body be
made. Mr. and Mra. Frlel. 8r scout
the poison charge, and aay they have
no objection to the body belbg dlsln
tered, provided it la done by the prop
er authorities, and la protected. Tbe
plaintiff aaya that he 1a afraid, un
let the body Is protected that poison
will be Injected Into the body.
The defendanta to tbe complaint,
are John T. Frlel. Jr, Maggie Murray,
Ray Murray, Phoebe Allen, William
Allen, Thoma Klrby, Mable Mclntyre
and Glen- Mclntyre. Mra. Murray,
Mra. Allen, Mrs. Mclntyre and Mr.
Frlel are children of the plaintiff. Tbe
complaint. In part, follows: -
"That on. or about the 13th day of
February. 1911. tbe said Phoebe Frlel,
who was then the lawful wife of plain
tiff herein, died, and waa burled In
Cemetery. In lot in
COUNCIL ACTS UPON REQUEST
Cr CITIZENS TO GRANT
RIGHT OP WAV.
HILL POLICEMAN NOT COWED
Mayer Brownell Urgea Building of
Hill Stairway . at Third
Street Or. Beat!'
v Bond Approved.
The' City Council Monday night
granted the Clack am a Southern
railroad a twenty-five year franchlae
In the city. Many prominent cltlxena
were present to urge that no charge
be made for the right of way, and
th council was not long In reaching
NE17 AIR REC0.1D
BIROMAN PLIES PROM ST. LOUIS
TIKE BETTER THAN EXPRESS TL1T3
Crowds Greet Aviator A H Hover
Over Skyscraper Journey '
to New York to be
CHICAGO. Aug. 14. By flying th
286 miles from St Louis to Chicago
with only two Intermediate stops gad
In actual Vlvlfi Mm of flva hnura
and 43 minute today, Harry N. At
wood, of Boston, believes he haa aet
a pace that will result In hla eatab-
a decision. It waa agreed that the J Uahlng a new record on his flight
WRITES CHIEF SHAW
10 FIND IIIH WIFE
Here'a your chance, girls! A young
man with a good bank account la
seeking an Oregon City girl for a
wife. He haa written Chief of Police
Shaw to aid him In hla quest. Th
letier follow? ..
Notus, Idaho, Aug. 10. 1911.
Dear Sir: I hav heard ao much of
Oregon Clty'a beautiful glrla and I
am looking for a nice girl for a wife
and I write thoae few line hoping
you might publish thla ao some girl
who la looking for a young man
might writ to me ao we can cor
respond with .each other. I- am 21
years of age and have enough -money
ao aa to keep a lady with. I have
a dark complexion and t feet, 7
Inches tall, ao If you win kindly pub
lished thla I will be ever ao thankful
R. D. No. L rare Lemp'a Lovejoy
Clackamas county, state of Oregon.
-That John T. Frlel, Jr., defendant
above named, was the lawful son of
aald deceased Phoebe Frlel and plain
tiff herein, and that Maggie. Murray
waa the lawful daughter of plaintiff
and aald deceased. Phoebe Frlel, and
Ray Murray la her lawful husband, and
Phoebe Allen was tbe lawful daughter
of Plaintiff herein and the wife of
aald William' Allen, and eaid Thomaa
Klrby la lawfully married to the
daughter of plaintiff and aald, deceas
ed, and Mable Mclntyre la the lawful
daughter of plaintiff herein and aald
deceaaed, and Glen Mclntyre la the
lawful husband of aald Mable Mcln
tyre. - "That aubaequent to the burial of
the aald Phoebe Frlel, deceased, aald
defendanta, above named, circulated
atorlea to th effect that the said
Phoebe Frlel, deceased, died an un
natural death and Intimated to divers
persons, residing in tbe vicinity of
Cherryvllle and Oregon City. In Clack
amaa county, Oregon, that the aald
Phoebe Frlel died aa a result of poi
son, administered to her before her
death by plaintiff herein and one Mlaa
Luella Wilson, wbo la now the lawful
wife of plaintiff herein.
Threaten Ao Exhume Body, .
"The defendants herein have circu
lated rumors and atorlea to' the ef
fect that the aald body of the aald
deceased Is to be exhumed and exam
ination made of aald body, of aald
deceased, to ascertain whether of not
aald deceaaed died an unnatural death,
aa the result of poison administered
to her before death or whether or not
poison can be found within the tissues
of the body of the aald deceaaed.
"The plaintiff herein la perfectly
willing and ready to'aaatst In any way
aa far aa he la able, that the aald
body be exhumed and an examination
be made thereof to ascertain whether
or not the said deceased died from
the cause before stated, and whether
or not trace of poison can be found
within aald body of Phoebe Frlel, de
ceaaed; but plaintiff Insist and de
mands that the disinterment and ex
amination of aald body of aald deceaa
ed be made by the proper officials,
competent to make th same, under
th supervision of this court, or any
other court, having Jurisdiction of tbe
said body of the said Phoebe Frlel.
deceased. 1 ''
"That the plaintiff herein owing to
the threats, rumors and . atorlea, cir
culated against him. by defendants
herein, s afraid that defendant, one
or all of them, will aurrepUtiously and
aecretly exhume the .body of aald de
ceased, without knowledge of plain
tiff herein,, and tbe proper 'officials
competent to make the exhumation
and examination thereof, and will In
ject polaon or poisonous substances
Into the tissue and body of the aald
Phoebe FrleL deceased."
THOMAS QERBER UNDER KNIFE.
Former Rldnt of This City Operat
ed Upon For Appandlcltl.
Thomaa Oerber, formerly of thla
city, but now of Grant'a Paaa, waa
operated upon Saturday at the Orant'a
Paaa Hospital for appendicitis, and la
getting along nicely. Mr. Oerber Is
the eon of Mr. and Mr. John Oerber,
formerly of thla city, bnt now of Cor
vallla, and la well known her.
road would be of Inestimable advant
age to Oregon City, and that the pro
moters ahould be given every en
couragement The tracks will extend
on Water street, from Fourteenth to
Sixteenth street a, along Firteehtn
street to John Adams etreet, tnence
following-. tbe present grade of the
raii-nal around the hill and above
Abernethy Creek to tbe northwester
ly side of Oregon City. The road
will cros the tracka of the Southern
Pacific at the aame grade of the lat
ter road. A trestle will be built over
Msyor Brownell called attention to
tbe wishes of Captain Fred Metzger.
aad many others, in favor of con
structing steps to the bill at Third
street. Mayor Brownell Insisted that
the atepa should be built at once. The
proposition waa referred to the Com
mittee on Streets and the City At
torney waa In traded to tntervlew
W. P. Hawley. of the Hawley Pulp ft
Paper Company, and the Crown-Columbia
Paper Company regarding the
Immediate building of the atepa. , Tbe
mayor aald that Mr. Hawley waa will
ing to build tbe atepa, provided the
city would obtain for him the right
to paaa over a small piece of land
owned by the Crown-Columbia Paper
Mayor Brownell Inaiated that the
residents of the hill section of tbe
city should have . police protection
and he nominated Jack Frost for the
post. The council, however, refused
to confirm the appointment, and then
the mayor appointed W. W. Bradley.
The council also declined to confirm
this appointment, and the mayor im
mediately awore In Frost for five
daya' duty. He aald that he would
continue to re-appoint Frost each five
daya until a definite conclusion was
reached, or aa long aa he thought
the people desired a policeman.
MajTT Brownell also recommended
that a red light be Installed on the
hill, but action on thla waa deferred.
The bond of Dr. A. L Beatle of
21,000 on tbe gas franchise awarded
him was approved. Dr. Beatie al
ready, haa : begun the Installation of
an acetylene system, and expects to
have It In operation In the larger part
of tbe city In a few months. The
new high school will be the first
building supplied.' -
by aeroplane from St Louis to New
York and Boa ton.
-Atwood appears to have broken th
American record for a alngle day'
flight. The best previous American
record was made by Atwood himself
when he flew 148 miles from Atlantic
City to Baltimore. July 10.
The beat International eroaveoun-j
try record la held - by Andre Beau
mont, who. In the Paris-Rom contest,
covered 401 miles in a single day, but
In thla Instance he made three land
ings, while Atwood today landed only
twice between start and finish.
Atwood In a biplane left St. Louis
at 8:05 a. m. He landed In Chicago
at 6:19 p. m. Hla total time betweea
St Louis and Chicago, counting the
delay a occasioned by the two atop,
waa ten houra 14 minutes. -
His actual tlm in the air, Atwood
aserts, la three hours and II minutes
less than tbe scheduled time for ex
prea trains. .
Sailing Into Chicago from the south
west a lon apeck In the clouds, he
made direct for the downtown dis
trict and hovered for a tlm over the
Suddenly the crowd at the aviation
grounda noticed the on-eemlng stran
ger and a voice shouted, That'a At
wood from St Louie." Immediately
the vast assemblage waa In an up
roar. Two or three of the armen
Bailed' out to meet Atwood. '
Atwood will resume hla Journey
eastward tomorrow afternoon. He.
aald he probably would take a course
along the Lake Shore railroad.
POPE'S CONDITIO!! .
ROME, Aug. 15. 12:30 a. m. Pope
Plua la not well at thla hour aa
he was early last (Monday) night.'
Hla aleep has been less tranquil and
he twice awoke complaining of pains
in the affected knee. IJla tempera
ture also haa slightly increased over
that of the early houra of the night
Many dispatches from all parts of
the world expressing hope for the
(.Pope's quick recovery continue to ar
rive at the Vatican.
The prompt action of Policemen
Green and Frost Monday night pre
vented what orobably would have
been a disastrous btase In tb block
on the west aide of Main street be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets. Mr.
Oreen, while paalng the grocery store
of F. T. Barlow, at 611 Main street,
discovered that the room was filled
with smoke. - He realised that there
waa no Immediate danger and sum
moned Mr. Barlow, who opened the
door. In the meantime the fire alarm
waa sounded and the department re-"
ponded, but Policeman Frost, stand
ing at the door, announced that it
would not be necessary to pour water
on the fire. Tbe Ore waa located In
a wood box, and evidently had been
smouldering for houra. Mr. Barlow
thinka It caught from a lighted cigar
or cigarette which waa carlessly
thrown In the bin. The prompt dis
covery of the extent of the fire by
Policemen Green and Frost eaved
the ator from being drenched by the
department - and prevented heavy
damage to the atock. v
NELL BURDIIIE AND
Mra. Nell Burdlne. of thla city, and
Herman Plotta. formerly of thla city,
but now of Portland, were married
July 26, at the. home of the Rev. Pat
ton, who la paator of the Methodist
church at Seaside. Mr. and Mra.
Plotta took their friends by surprise
In this city, and It waa not known
here until a few daya ago that they
had been married.
Th young couple are living at,
1.000 East Washington street, Port
land. Mra. Plotta la well known 13
thla city, and la the daughter of Mra.
C. K. Be vena, of the West Side. Bhe
haa been until recently, head clerk
of the C. C Store. Mr. Plotta cam
to this city about two yeara ago from
Rusaell. Iowa. Both are highly es
teemed and their many friends here
extend their best wishes and hearty
A family reunion held on Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Emma Thomaa,
412 Adama etreet, proved a most de
lightful affair. Thla la the first time
that the members of Mra. Thomaa
family have had a reunion. Tbe
houae waa prettily decorated, the liv
ing room and parlor' being In bright (
colored aweet peaa and ferna. while
the dining room and table were In t
pink aweet peaa. One of the features
ih. dinner aerred bv Mra. Tho- '
maa, who waa assisted by her sister.
Mary Ganlard, of Mllwaukle. There
were four generationa present.
Thoae attending were Mr. Mary
Bottemlller, of Woodstock, mother of
Mra. Thomaa; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bottemlller and six children, of Kent,
Or.; Jlr. and Mra. August Bottemll
ler. of Richfield. Wash.; Mr. and
Mra. William Bottemlller and flv
children, of Clarkea; Mr. and Mra.
Eml Bottemlller and child, of Port-
i.mJ. u .nd Mra llMwaril Botte
mlller and four children, of Sellwood;
Mrs. Mary Ganlard, of Mllwaukle;
Mrs. O. Keller and three children, of
Mflwaukle; Mra. H. Andrewe, of
Woodstock; Mr. and Mrs. D. Botte
mlller and two children. Oregon City;
Mlaa Dora Kohlhase, of Bertha,
Minn.: Herbert and Gilbert Thomas,
of thla city.
Patron ix our advertiser.
8even acres, one-fourth mil from
electric line, 4-room houae, barn,
chicken house,, and yard, good well
and fine spring, three'and a half aerea
In gal-den, fruit and berries; good
cow and chickens. Will take 13 COT.
half caah, balance to suit th buyer.
This la on Ideal poultry and girden
fa'rm, slopes to th southwest Come
and ae It, or call on ot addiea
OREGON CITY, OR.
Stephen Bulging, Room 11.