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VOL., 1 No. 77
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
FRIDAY, ; APRIL 7, 1011.
Per Week, 10 Ce.vts
NCITHtR ABLE TO PRESENT A
UNITED FRONT OR ANY IM
PORTANT MEASURE; V
BOTH SIDES SPARRLC FOR PLACE
Tift en One Side and Damocrata en
the Other Will Be Forced
to Make Conces
WASHINGTON, April (Special)
When President Taft celled lha ex
it H. lon of Congress be did eo to
i( his reciprocity meaaure througo.
ivhen the Democrats accepted lha ex-
tra session with rood gracea they did
no imping to accomplish something In
Ikxb wlnge of Congress, then, bad
personal achlevementa to accomplish,
and each wna eeemlngly willing to con.
redo something to the other In the
hops of accomplishing for self. Things
have not changed much aa to those
. ambitions on either aide, bat that Con
frtno la changing aa to what It will
ho anle to do there la a certainty.
The (tftnocrata In Congress are not
ret certain aa to what they really want
lo do. They wish to- do aoroelhlng
that will aid thont In electing tha next
prcultlt-nt, and on the other band Taft
wUhrs to do something that will
strengthen his own chances, or falling
in that wishes that Congreaa may do
om.-ihlng that will weaken tha oppo
sition. The situation la still confusing and
s-ben the . uncertainty among Demo
crats Is taken Into consideration, and
the Insurgency In the Republican party
li ai-rounted for, thera never, parhapa,
was s Congress around which clung so
much of uncertainty aa In the present
The President la leading a aadly di
vided party at this time, and It looks
s if the Democrats were to be at aea
as fully aa ara tbe Republlcana. Borne
ant to give the President bla reci
procity measura and then reel or tne
tariff gingerly, otnera want to noiu
hari reciprocity until It la known what
Taft will do with the Democratic tar
- Iff I. Klslatton. Everything and every
body la now divided.. In a few days
there may be a clarifying of the at-
1 Biosphere, on one aide of the House or
t other. ' 1
VERNONS OEPEAT BEAVERS
L03 ANOEUC8, April 6 (Special.)
-Tha Vernona took the Ilea vera Into
ramp today In a good game, but one
In which the Beavers failed to con
nect with the horsehlde aa often aa
their opponents. Tbe score waa 4 to
: In favor Vernona.
HAS HEW MIEI
J. L. BTACER COMES HERE FRESH
FROM CONQUESTS ON HILL
The Clackamaa Southern Railway
Han secured a new engineer to take
rhnrg of tbe work of constructing ItsT
line out Reaver Creek way. ma name
In J. I Stacer. and he cornea here
frt-xh from conquests along the line
of the new Hill road a In Central Ore
gon. He waa one of the engineers en
gaged In building through tbe Dee
chuttea Canyon, where there were en
gineering difficulties Innumerable, and
whnPa It a. snl klsa sasnnUtaa aifmrttit-
i ti aaej aa iiu uia aa aiavA, as k v as asui uivrui-
erf th'ra all.
There ara few difficulties presented
In the building Of the new road out
IK-nvcr Creek and Molalla way, but
the company feela that In getting a
K'xni man thera will be no possibility
of failure, or error In construction,
and tho directors want the new rait
y to go ahead wtth the beat resulta
ni the least possible coat. Mr. Stacer
l In charge of the work and will soon
have matters In hand so that,.rapld
progress can be made at the minimum
cost. . ,' t t
'.time upt v)'-y "
Tha angala aren't the only enea who
,ri harping en good thlnga Juat now.
To meet the dsmanda of our faat in
crtaalng business, the lines we offer
w mis season are the largest the
and eomprlae the beet valuta
r offered In thla community, v
y absolute truth.
fylea distinctly different , :
'8 M to 138.00. " ' - ' '
EXCLUBIVE CLOTHIERS .
Net Like Others
th nd Main Sa. -
HBAOEDf HEM OFF.
la tha Report That la Sent Cencernlng
tha Jap Schema In Msxleo.
WASHINGTON, April 6. (Hpaclal.)
The Japanese Rmbaaaador here does
not deny that tha Taft move In the
army checkmated bla nation In Its
efforta to trade on tbe necesaltloa of
Mexico and then try to bluff It through
with Uncle Bam and the rest of the
The attempt to laugh the story down
seems to fall In Ita force. The quick
movement of troops and tha ease with
which wa could bava met Japan baa
served aa object lesson aa to what
Japan or any other nation may expect
In case of trouble.
DIAZ MUST CIT OUT.
EL PASO, Texas, April 6. (Special)
Dlag refueeato atop down or bis
frlenda refusa for him and because
of tola fact tbe peace negotlatlona ara
declared off. Tha government seems
willing to make almost any other con
cessions, but not that. The Insurreo
tos say that until Dlaa and his frlenda
will submit to bla resignation nothing
but war can be possible, and that they
will ttart thlnga to moving Immediate
ly. BASKET SOCIAL AT
ROCK CREEK SCHOOL
PINE TIMI SOCIALLY GOOD LITE
RARY PROGRAM. BASKETS
SELL VERY WELL.
A basket social waa given Saturday
night at Rock Creek school house and
fine program waa enjoyed by all.
Tbe pieces were well rendered, the
baskets sold well, bringing tbe sum of
113. Following la the program:
Selection Sunnyslde Orchestra
Recitation. "Not So Easy"..
Dialogue, "A Broadway Drug store"
Hong, "My Mot her a Old Red Shawl"
Recitation, "Pollys Appendicitis"
Dialogue. "Cabbage Hill School"
Recitation, "Why I Like the Second
Table Heat" Walter Umlker
Dialogue, "In Want of a Valet"..... .
Dialogue. "Grandma 8haw'a Visit"
Essay. "Columbus," Stockton Paulson
Topsy Turvy Drill Six Wee Wees
Selection . .". . .8unnyslde Orchestra
8AI.KM. Or.. April 6. (Special.!
Stata Engbieer lewla Is planning fur
a visit to all the Irrigation projects
in the State. Gov. Waat and Treasurer
Kay will accompany him. Auto travel
will make It possible to cover ground
DEBATE AT CARUS TONIGHT
Clalrmont Team Will Take Affirmative
On Emigration Question.
The Clalrmont literary society goes
to Carua tonight for a debate. The
subject to be discussed will be, "Re
solved. That the Emigration Law
Should Further Restrict the Entrance,
Into Thla Country of an Undeairable
Class of Foreigners." Those who will
ro from Clalrmont- to- participate In
tbe debate ara B. Kuppenbender, Geo
Kordanant and Wm. Edgecombe, and
they will aupport the affirmative aide.
PRODUCE UrilOII MEETS
FOR REGULAR SESSION
PLANNING TO HANDLE STRAW
BERRIES THE COMING SEASON
BIO PROSPECTS AHEAD.
The Oregon City Fruit and Produce
Un,lon held Ita monthly business meet
ing Wednesday evening In the office of
tha Commercial flub. There waa K
email attendance and the meeting waa
adjourned to Thursday, at the same
place. Members of the board present
were Messrs. ueo. w. waiaron, at. j.
Laxello, A. J. Lewis, C. W 8wallow
and George DeBok.
Tbe report of tha secretary, M. J.
I.irlla showed overvthlnv moving
along nicely with more business than
hA hMn antleloated considering the
dull condition of bualnesa at the time
of year at which the ynion Degan to
ffo bualneea. Further, there baa been
a gardual Increase in the bualnesa
that la an Indication or a growing and
proaperoua future. 1
The Union Is making contracta to
hanitla atrawharrlea the coming BeBSOn
and la laying. Ita ivlree for the market
Ing of them when ready for gale. The
outlook la for -the Union handling at
leaat 10,000 cratea, which will be good
bualneaa for the first year.
The directors report themselves aa
wall nlaaaad with the Dreaent volume
of business and with tbe outlook for
tbe future growth of the union.'
' MODERN WOODMEN CAMP '
Msets at Estacada Wednesday and
Electa Delegates to State Camp.
1. D. Taylor, J. B. Carter, R. B
Woodward and O. Johnson were dele
gatea to the Modern Woodmen of
a rvmvantlnn held al Estacada
on Wednesday. Mr. Taylor waa elect
ed delegata to tne Biaie nmn .
held at Hood River In May, and O.
Dallas, of Damascua, waa choaen al
Four camps were represented at tne
convention on Wednesday and were
. n...nn nt rtnmnacua. Boring
and Estacada, After all bualnesa was
transacted the Tlsitora were
lha 4am which la under con
struction near that city, and other
work that la being done by tne u.
P, Company, '
nead the Morning Enterprise.
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Peralgn labarero are beginning their
FOR A HOME-LIFE
THE CUTTING OF MUCH TIMBER
DRIVES THEM FURTHER BACK
EU1DE3 HOUSE TO TEMPT THEM
Oregon Winters Ideal "for Them .If
We'll Encourage Them to Stay
By Building Shelter and
PORTLAND. Or.) April 5. (Spe
cial.) Unique fmong colonization
movements la the work of the Oregon
Audubon Society; which la making a
strong campaign thla spring for more
songbirds. Every Inducement Is to be
given these feathered frlenda of man
kind to aettle and raise a future gen
eration of songsters here.
Residents of Portland, and particu
larly those who live In the suburbs,
are being encouraged by the society
lo build bird houses and put them up
in their gardens or orchards so the
birds will nest there, making thla a
city of aong birds as well aa a place
noted for Ha roses. It Is hoped the
whole State will do a aimltar work. .
President Flnley of the Oregon Au
dubon Society aaya tbe criticism la
often made that thla State haa fewer
birds than tha East, or at any rate
they live In the woods farther from
the cltlea. The country here Is newec
and the song blrda have not yet taken
to civilisation a they nave in the
"Blue-birds, wrens. . white breaated
awallowa and chlckadeea atlll neat In
the crevices of old stumps In the
midst of the woods," said Mr. Flnley.
"Aa theae are being cleared away,
many of the blrda ara hard put to It
to find new homes. If people would
make bird houses and put thera In
their gardena, they would soon be
rented, the birds would learn to come
to the city Inatead of being driven
further Into the woods to find their
"If soma---of , our .song blrda were
supplied wtth food during the winter
they would likely stay here and not
migrate to the South. Aa a rule, our
winters are mild enough so that many
songsters would atay the entire year.
Close 'To City
Cash and Install-
T. L Charman
CITY DFtyG STORE.
annual depredations in the suburbs.
By getting people Interested in feed
ing birds In winter and putting up bird
houses In summer, the Audubon So
ciety hopes to make the State a ceoter
SINGLE TAX DEBATE.
Clalrmont Gees to Mountain View for
Conteat Next Thursday Evening
Two week's agrr there waa a debate
scheduled" for discussion at Mountain
View, between a team from Clalrmont
and a home team. On account of sick
ness it waa postponed and la now as
signed for next Thursday evening.
The subject to be discussed Is, "Re
solved, That the Single Tax la Pre
ferable to tbe Present Day Taxation."
Clalrmont takes tha negative aide and
Messrs. Frank M inter, George Kor
danant, John Gaffney and B. Kuppen
bender will represent them. Messrs.
J. Oorbet, George Roberta and Wm.
Beard will support tbe affirmative for
Mountain View. As tbe affirmative
team baa debated thla question the
promise for a live evening la good.
THE SECOND ANNUAL
TO BE HELD IN OREGON CITY M
eT CHURCH -ONWEDNE8DAY
APRIL 12 THREE SESSIONS
The second annual convention of the
Women a Foreign Missionary Society.
Salem district, will be held at the
Methodist Episcopal church In Oregon
City, Wednesday, April 12, and an ex
cellent program haa been arrang1
which la as follows:'
Wednesday. April 12. t a. tn.
Devotions ......... Mrs. V. B. Moore
Address of Welcome, Mrs. Mary Morse
Response ........... Mrs. Thos. Tama
Mlnutea of 1910....
Appointment of committees
Introduction of visitors ......
Reports of local organizations..
Reports of district work -.
Miscellaneous . bualneaa
Tithing Mra. O. F. Hopkins
Membership contest. Mra. J. M. Brown
"Tha Aim" Mra. Doughty
Five Mlnutea with Our Literature
Noontide Prayer ...... Mra. CorneJIus
Wednesday, 2 p. m.
Devotional .Mra. Susan Bryant
Report of committee on nominations
Election of officers
Reading of constitution and charge
to newly elected officers..'
"Open parliament" ..Mra. M. C. Wire
Solo Mra. B. C. Brackenbury
"Forward Movement". . Mra. Vrt Seely
'Are the Young People Making
Good" Mra. O. M. Gardner
Mlnutea of Afternoon Session
Song , ....
Wednesday B p. m,
Rev. B. F. Zimmerman
. .T. .Oregon City Choir
Mra. S. Tjjlddy
Report of resolutions committee
Consecration service - -
Charoa Made Against Wife By J
Bradley, seeking Divorce.
J. M. Bradley has filed a ault for di
vorce againat Mary Hraaiev. iney
were married at Monteeano, Wash.,
and Bradley chargea hla wire with
ualng vulgar and profane language and
aaya she drank with men associativa
at Portland. On November 10, 1909,
at the Wllbern rooming bouae, on
Union avenue and Washington street.
his wife, with another woman and two
men, was ordered out of the place by
two police officers, and shs returned
home at 1:30 a, m. the following night,
after a carousal. Attorney George C-
Brownell appeara for Bradley.
REV. V11. PROCTOR
MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT THAT
t i HE WILL GO TO FOREST
TELLS OF ACCEPTANCE OF CHAIR
Announcement at Prayer Meeting
i Thursday Comas as a Surprise ..
to Soma of Hie Congre
Rev. W. M. Proctor, paator of the
Congregational church, announced to
his congregation at tha prayer meeting
aervlce Thursday evening that he had
received and accepted a call to a pro
fessorship In Pacific University, at
Forest Grove. Mr. Proctor baa been
tendered the chair of Biblical Litera
ture, succeeding prof. Ferguson, who
went to Albany aom little time age.
Rev. Proctor did not read hla resig
nation, but announced the action he
had taken.. He Informed hla congre
gation that he bad already started
certain work for Easter time, and he
did not purpoaa to leave until that bad
been completed, but that when that
time did coma he would tender hla
resignation officially. .. He will begin
his labors at Forest Grove Mayl.
In order that tbe church her, uay
not be without a minister, and that
aervlcea may contlnne without a break.
Mr. Proctor offered to serve tbe
church continuously until such time
as4 his successor is secured and In
stalled In tbe work. He can and will
come over from Forest Grove each
Sunday, filling the pulpit and attend
ing to tbe Imperative dutlea th? go
with a pastorate.
To some his announcement came a?
a surprise but to others It waa nothing
more than waa expected. Mr. Proctor
baa done considerable teaching tn -tbe
past, and tbe work haa something of
a fascination to him. hence it la only
natural that he should long to return
to it. Thla waa known to certain of
the congregation and the present step
Is but a natural sequence to the condl-
tlona aa they existed. Mrs. Proctor Is
In poor health, and the work at Forest
Grove will not be ao exacting and wilt
enable Mr. Proctor to devote more
time to her comfort than la possible
with a pastorate claiming hla atten
Tbe people of the Congregational
church will be loth to eever the pres
ent pleasant relations, and to be com-
dp ed to aaa In aeek out a man to
take ud the work In ihla city: Rev
Proctor haa been ministering to this
charge for the past year.
NEW CRUSHER A BEAUT-
Maple Lane Bridge Strengthened So
Steam Roller May cross ix.
Road master Frank Jaggar etarted
the new rock crusher at Oak Grove
Wednesday and reporta the machine
doing a great work. Any old boulders
that could be aecured were used In an
effort to put the machine to a aevere
test. The machine crushed thera nice
ly," and the hardness or the boulder
ititrinr did not seem to affect the
machine In the least.
Tha hridie at Maple Lane haa been
strengthened so that it la now safe to
take the two new roiiera across u
whenever desired. The new roller will
be started to work on the Highland
road near the Intersection of Molalla
nuid the first of the week. There la a
piece of road near the Molalla Inter
section that neeas to oe remau, a
this will be done at once. Then the
machine will be taken to the Molalla
road near Clalrmont where there la a
piece of plank road that will be re
placed witn atone.
The two new rollera are doing
great work and the people who see
them work are pleased wuu me in
creased prospect for good roada that
these rollera promise.,
THINGS LOOK GOOD
AT STONE OIL WELL
CONDITIONS CONFORM TO WHAT
A' LOCAL GEOLOGIST SAYS
SHOULD BE FOUND. ....
STONE. Or., April 6. (Special.
There la atlll quite a flow of gaa at
the oil well here despite the fact that
thera la contlnuoue drilling. The drill
waa pushed down eight feet the past
24 hours, while It only descended five
feet the preceding 24. The rock for
mation Is setting softer aa the drill
! goes down, which la a good sign. The
local geologist, wno ona rao
analysis of the stone brought up with
in the past few houra, aaya:
"Gaa coming from the oil deposit
haa crvstallzed tha limestone forma
tion that immediately covera the gaa
and oil depoalt. 1 Tne escaping
makea a atrong covering necessary
and the gaa combining with tbe Prou
limestone formation haa made thla
Impervloua covering In this Instance.
The drill would naturally find the
hardest stone on the outside, soften
ing up aa It advanced towarde the oil
deposit in thla case the drill did en
counter a hard outer surface and It is
now becoming softer aa yon Proceed
It looks ss If you were approach ng
an oil deposit, but whether In paying
quantities or not only, time will toll
The men who own and are drilling
In tbe well are greatly elated with
nraannt eondttlona and Indications,
hand the hope la atroag that a paying
oil deposit la not far distant. ;
ravar Bundav Closing, of P. O-
Tha munneers of the C. C 8tore
wish to go on record aa favoring the
Good consistent adver
tising: in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with us. T
closing of tbe Oregon City postofflce
on Sunday, giving all employes holi
day, with tba exception of just those
necessary- to move outgoing mall,
which no doubt must be done, accord
ing to the needs of the department.
GREAT WORK ON CLACKAMAS.
Where tha O- W. P. Ry. Co. la Building
Ita Big Power Dam.
J. B. Carter, who baa been looking
over the big Improvements at Cazav
dero, where the O. W. P. Ry. Co. are
building tbeir big dam on the Clacka
maa River, has many words of praise
for the big work that la going on at
that point on the river. He says It
Is truly wonderful, and adds:
"People who do not know of the
magnitude of the work now being per
formed at River Mill, on tbe Cazadero
line, by tbe O. W. P. Ry. Co., should
visit that locality. The natural basin,
at the mouth of which the dam. Is be
ing constructed, la really a work of na
ture, and helpa very materially In tbe
building of tba dam. Tbe concrete
of which the dam and power bouae Is
being built. Is carried from the high
bank In large buckets traveling on
1.aww .In.l aMAa that .I..t.l.ut
across the river, then lowered to thtW,,, " tUn" ih iacwloB became
foundation more than a hundred feet
"The "700 men who ara employed
there, live in neat cottages near the
Putting In Firs Hydrants.
W. H. Howell, superintendent of the
Oregon City Water Worka, la having
installed 600 feet of piping, four and
six Inches, along Sixth and Center
streets.' and Is also Installing three
fire hydrants. This will give the peo
ple In that section of the city better
fire protection than heretofore.
Ball Gams for Sunday.
Price Brothers base ball team will
play the Columbia Hardware team of
Portland on Sunday afternoon at Ca
nemah Park. It la probable that Wil
liam R. Stokea. who la considered to
be an excellent pitcher, will pitch for
tbe team on thla day. The boys will
have their new suits by Sunday.
WIFE CAUSES TROUBLE
ASKS FOR DIVORCE BECAUSEJHI3
WIFE INTERFERES WITH HIS
LIFE AND WORK.
Rev. A. J. Ware, one of the best
known United Brethren church clergy
men In the State, Thursday filed a
suit for divorce against Mra. Belle
Ware, to whom ha-was married at
Oregon City July 25, 1892. They have
three children. Gertrude, Raymond
and Joseph Franklin Ware.
In 1902 Mr. Ware waa ordained a
minister of the United Brethren
church, but was In touch with church
work prior to that time. He aaya hla
wife became dissatisfied wtth bla life
work, that ahe discouraged him and
Interfered with him. Mr. Ware aaya
his spouse charged him with being
unduly and Immorally Intimate" with
female members of hla congregation,
stirring up trouble and destroying bis
usefulness aa a minister of the gospel.-
In September, 1900, while they
were living at Sheridan, ahe Is said
to have charged him with maintaining
Improper relatione wtth women In tbe
church. The affair was Investigated
by the Bishop and Mra. Ware said
to have admitted her charges were un
true and that they were "made up of
In June. 1909, they moved to Philo
math, and In September of the same
year the Bishop, who waa 111 In Cali
fornia, asked Mr. Ware to go to tnat
State and assist In the work of tha
church, but Mrs. Ware abuaed her hus
band for daring to think of such a
thing and threatened to leave htm.
He aaya hla wife haa written letters
to members of bis church, accusing
him of using church funds iavn Im
proper way. all. of which dettioys ills
peace of mind and he ta unable to live
longer with hla wife. Mr. Ware Is
represented by Attorney George C.
Brownell. 1 ...
$50.00 Given Away : I
Thla ad la worth $50 In eash to tha Drat six purchasers ef Clalr
mont Aoreage Tracta Ne. tfi sores; all In cultivation; aloaa to
school; macadam read, and on clackamaa Southern Electrle R. R,
now building. Price now only $875 per tract; 9300 cash, balance t10
per month. This price will soon double. . Coma today and aloaa l a
deal. -. . . ; . r, -. . . i,-
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO-
Phone: Pacific M-S0. Home A-1B6.' 812 Main St, Oregon City.
DISCUSSION OF SIXTH STREET
CHOOSES ORIGINAL GRADE
WOOLEN KIL DAMAGE TOTALS 1477
Home Rule Ordinance Precipitates
Warm Word Matter Put Over
to 8peclal Meeting at ,
Call of Mayor.
Council continued hi session until
after midnight Wednesday evening.
warm and exciting. Tne discussion oi
tha proposed Home Rule ordinance led
to several personal phllllpics, and fina
ly Council, feeling that tba discussion
of the subject would, likely retard oth
er business, asked that the discussion
be discontinued and a special session
be held and devoted to the Home Rule
ordinance. Thla waa dona and Mayo
Brownell haa decided, to call a special
meeting for Saturday evening, at 7:31
Library bills, for the new library,
were ordered paid from the funda of
tbe library fund. It was voted that
an assessment of one-half of ay mill
be levied for library purposes, and
these bills must be paid from this
Council reecived a bill for damages
from the Oregon City Manufacturing
Co.. for damagea dona to goods manu
factured and In course of manufacture,
amounting to a total of $477. The
dimin waa dona at the time when
tbe water came down South Knd Road
and was turned down Second street
fand Into tba cellar of the Woolen
Mills. The matter waa referred to
1 the City Solicitor and tbe. street eonv
miitpn for re non.
Figures submitted on the coat of
Jefferson street Improvements were
referred to tha City Engineer and the
atreet committee for report.
tv. .hhiIaii nf the Ninth street
trade, aa reported by the City Engi-
I .a .tM. .
1 ' .
mtue ror verincauon sua repwru
. The matter of what to do la tbe
Improvement of Sixth atreet waa up
for final discussion. At the last meet
ing of Council the question of going
ahead and Improving the atreet with
the one block between Jpfferson and
Monroe left in ita present condition
waa discussed and a move put on foot
to see if the interested property hold
ers were willing this should be done.
All tha property holders had agreed
to the change but Council, having
agreed to tha cutting down of JeffeM
son street to make the grade easier
on Sixth, finally decided to go ahead
and complete the street at the original
grade, except as to the reduced cut
made possible by the change In the
Jefferson atreet grade..
Mayor Brownell appointed Dan Ly
ons street inspector and Council eon
Arm Ait tha anDointmenL. -
Report waa made that the 0. W. P.
Ry. Co., which had been aaaea to
screen Ita headllghta after reaching
the city limits, was paying no atten
tion to tha request. As this was be
lieved to be a wise precaution council
Instructed tha City Attorney to draw
an ordinance providing tor such a ar
The Street Commissioner was . in
structed to examine the stdewatte on
Eleventh street, at th canyoa near
tha Intersection of Jefferson street,
and If it la found that the caving in of
the made ground under the walka
makea It a dangeroua proposition for
the public-to use them, that he be em
powered to dose them to the- nae of
the public until such time as they
hftrVbeen made aafe." ' ' .
Midnight having drawn on npaco,
and Council being tired and eleepy.
tho City Fathers adjourned.
Read the Morntng Enterpriae.,