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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1002.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
Two Storcn In One.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. This
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
Btaek of sections with
expansion : 8ystem.
Many labor Baving devices
In this system wlilcli we will
be pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you in
tend to buy or not. Itemcm
bor, wo will be pleased to
It Pays to Get the
No mnttcr wlint you arc buying It iilwnys pnys to get
the best. This rule holds good In other things ns well.
It pnys to pntronl7e the best Inundry as It will filwnys
give you the most lor your money. In this ense It Is
the most satisfaction and the least wear to your- clothes.
Vou ape snvlng money as surely when you buy good
Inundry work as In any other commodity.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for tho pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing tho past year. Our
Btock of GROCERIES for
1002 will be tho complctcst
and freshest to bo lound In
Honolulu, nnd wo are sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you ovpr tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? Thoy aro Blmply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
l. O. Box 380.
Hotel Sti jet. '
Will he open for business
on or about Jnnnary IS.
J. M. WEBB,
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges anJ easy
chairs we are now selling.
They are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ::
Come and sec them.
IiOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
It Is always filled with good
things to eat. You've never
seen anjthlng qulto bo fin.
AbU tho tleik to tell you about
Como one, come all; bring the
NOT TO BUY,
DUT TO LOOK.
The New Housekeeper generally has
a trying time In selecting furniture
for tho house.
It Is onfe of our specialties to make
this task a light ono and wo take prhk
in furnishing the parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc., tastefully and cconom
When you want
Coyne Furniture Co,
The Dulletln's special Industrial edl-
lion can be obtained at this office or
More trouble occurred at the lumber 'he news-stands. Price 25 cents.
yards near the depot elo'-c upou 1
o'clock this morning As on Sunday
morning, there wns n crowd of union
mn stationed at the place and n cou
ple of it, rn were stood up and asked
the name of the ship on vhirli the
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
A. C. Wninei will leaie Tor Maul In
the Clniiiltnc today.
Judge McKay of Walluku, Maul, Is in
happened to be woilelng. The police arc lllc clt' " u,llt'"
Investigating the mntter todaj but
have not made out any rleni case
ngulnst nnjonc yet. At all mntu,
there are but fourteen men nun being
held at the police station who will be
naked to give an account of thcinielics
when mule fails ate obtained t the
Tbc llrst intlmntiou of nn tm thiol
was received at the polite station early jug afternoon.
Gomes & McTlghe, eiHcessoro to Ca-
mara & Co., liquor dealer. 93 King st.'
Nicely fur.nlchcit rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Post St. $1.6'J per week up
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Mrs. Wnltoi Low lie and child ni.
Looked to sail In the Claudlnu fur hornn
I j. h. FISHER
In the oenliig nnd a man nan sent out
to Investigate, li wan said that there
was another gaug ut the lumber ards.
This might hac been tin fact but
when tho police nrrlied on the scene,
there was no one to be seen.
At about midnight another report
was ircrlw ut the police station to
'.lie offeit tlfat there was a large crowd
of union sailors In the hlnlty of tlie
railroad wharf and that shots hnd been
fired. The patrol wagon with n num
ber of offlicrs armed to the teeth, was
tent to tlir place In a hurry. At first
A. J. Campbell, who recently r
turned from the Coast, Is In Pima, on
I lie. weekly edition of the Evening
llullctln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
Smith Premier typcwrlttis still In
the lead. Send or cn)l on C. V. Mai
farlane for catalogue.
The morning train from Penil Cltj
tills morning inn oer and killed two
cons at a place near Moanalna
Tho salo of sixty shales of Kwn
Is worth a hundred groans at any lime
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To.
the pollie found nothing but nfter ,0,, nt 23-5 wa, 'P'"'",1I '"
looking around a bit, they located
gang of fiiuitccn union Bailors. These
were nricstcd and on being taken to
the police station they weie asked If it
was true that shots had been fired by
one of the membeis of the gang aeiord-
ing to tlie report rciclicd at the pollco
station Not n word of Information
could be gathered, the men denying
everything that might work to their
Later on. two of the men of the
Hyndes stated to the nollie that stints
had been nrc.1 bj' the second onher of: Slcrrn nn" wl" "'main here soim
the Curtis. They stated further that" ,m'
Sioth exchange this morning.
I.eo Toma & Co., Ltd.,3 King street, i
today sell their good Manila cigars
f I om J3.50 to $5.00 per hundred.
Mr. and Mis. Julian Monsairai m
Knpapnln nun li. Kail, Hawaii, Iclt lur
home In the Mnunii I.oa today.
K. C. Peteis of the firm of Andiewri I
PctetH & Andrnilc, lcaes In the Slen.i
for the Coast on a month's busim-.
Ilov. Dean M. Qrogan, a well known
churchman of Auetiatia, arrived In the
upon their approaching the gung of
men, they were nskeil to what vessel
they belonged. Just as they answered
the Hyndes, one of the gang, a union
The big dredger for tho Pearl Hai
bor work will bu ready to be mm id
to the entrnnee of the harbor thli
The steamer Knlulanl will sail for
man. iciognlred thvm and It was nil Mnliiikoiin. Kukalau. Paniuiau. Ookn
t'"- . la and Laupahoehoo tomonow ni
mine men were seen ny a llullctln ocloCK,
repoiter today and tills Is the story
thej told: "We went out In the di
rection of the lumber Minis last night
and weie asked by a number of men
wheie we were going and to what ship
we belonged. We told them tlin
Hyadis was our ship. Just then
Someone icinsnlzcil us There wns no
tioulil" nt nil. The second unite til
the Cm Hi Hied olT u iciolier hut lm
did nut do II with any intention ol
harm. He Just find into tlie air for tlpi
fun of the thing."
Tlie pollie are a bit siispli-lous of
these two mm and hclleu' they aifl
trying to sblelil the gang or men enp
tured by the pollie. They believe fur
ther that theie Is a stubborn result r on
the pan of the union sailors to so In
timidate the non-union men 0I.
scabs" that the) will not go to work
on any of the vessels in the -Vrbv,
thus giving the union a clenn sweep,
of the whole water front and making
It possible for the repiesentnthes of
this body to dictate their own terms
to the various masters.
Tlie sailors caught by the polbo
early this morning wcr-5 thoroughly
searched upon their arrival at the po
lice station but ci Ideally some stray
cornels must haw been missed for
today the turnkey found a number of
cartildges where the men had slept
These could not be traced to nnv par
ticular man. However, this bit of evl
'Ji'licp goes to show that theie wai
-onietblng doing last night The police
iri on the alert nnd any fiiuhn- trou
'ile stinted lij tlie iinliin men will be
brought to a quick ending and the men
LOCAL AND GENERAL
iBi,. Durahlc and
. tl. -,. TL ll. lll.l.t.
IJ J.f HIS MijaiUIIB VCilUU
Vfs7 Ji Case Co, .
StSjr Phll.ulclnlil.i.U. K.A.
America's Oldest and Largest Wate'1
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS)
LEWIS & CO
1000 Port St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep vour correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondfnt
Regularity! Certainty; Despatch!
.Tel. Main 76, 95145. Elite Qldg.
I). II. Mnionachlc and Dan Conway
wero passengers for Illlo in the Klnau
this noon. They arc off on a business
V. A. Wall, the sureor. left for
Kona In the Milium I.oa today In eon
nectloii wltli work on the suney for
the Kona railroad.
Upon the nrrivnl of the training ship
Mohican In port yesterday, the hoys
iboard drew JC000 wlilih thoy Intend to
ipt'lhl In the elty.
The Coinner'H jury In the case of th
lentil of J. T. TriiHchler finished Its
'Mirk ci.terday aftirnoon and handed
n a iTdlit of death by sulijde.
Willie Slmerhon, pnrer of the Man
na I.O.I. did pot go out an this tilp ol
'be steainei on neiniint of the Illness of
"lis wife His place was taken by Pur
xer l.liiili'itMiin who iciently returned
to seiiri In the Inter-Ialiind Cn
The steamer Mlkahala lracs thl
afternoon fm Kauai pints She will
rc tin n .S.Uiu l.ij miiinlug. Tills Is th
regular day Fit apart for the V. O
Mall to Iran- hut she not away yestn
dav and the Mlkahala Is taking her
Mr. am! Mis. Win Thoinpison an
lomlilled nt the MiCullv hoiuesle.ul.
''hero Ihev will remain until the re
turn of Mr. nnd .Mrs Wakefield thiee
numtlis hence. It will be reuu inhered
'hat the MiCullj homektenil was !.'
eutly purchased by Mr. Wnkelleld
The fhllonhiK intcs were disposed of
'n the Police ('unit this foieuorn- Ku-
Mmi juil Chaiies Come), iojvlng theli
'loises iinllid In tlie sheets, jr, and
ostHini'h. Mnkaeua, adultery fsu and
nts. Kaaihue, same ilii'iRO, tSTi and
Jiuiics Wakefield of the iliy .gomb.
It! arm i nt of T II. Dnvles H Co., lift
'or the Coiiht In ih" Chliitt vsKlnrdjy.
"Ie Is on IiIk v,n in I'nirianil t hring
'' wife mid fanilli Itio-ls to tho 1st
:'i ' Mr Wtikillilil ixieitg In he
v . 'il.a'it Hire" nuuitlu
A er lift i eu.e nas hld "fsti rdni be
tweip X. T. Alexuuder. (' S. Hi sky mid
J. II Pratt with irfewnii to the ino
"end elcctib lln. to Mount Tiinrnliiv.
Mr. AW xnflor ill. I not unsmr one wav
or thfe oilier wl.at Lh v.'i.uM do. II
'efl In the Chi mi but It Is undoitood
ili.-t uron tils return 'o the clt he
A'lll ne Utile to ny whethev he will nut
h's money into u now load up niouiul
itouua lop or un c
liourbon Wlilskey, B years old. $3 SO. I
Claiet. SO cents; Shcrrj ami Toka; 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co 's
King street. '
The Mnunii I.nn wns put on In n ri
lur tun today after a thoroiiKli "" i '
hiiiiling. She sailed at noon wllli 1 1 mi i
passengerN and n large cargo. ,
Among the through passeiiK' i - n
the steamer Sierra for the Coast "
Sli T. I'lt7gemld nnd fnmll) mil Hi
Coiutu ami Coiutessi' de la Tali!'
The steamer W ( Hall imnh' ,i ,"
ilnl trip to Kauai estenla Ti l'-
l.almla goes out on liei Mill !!. ..
the regular boat will not be Imi li na
Judge Humphries inerruleil Mn. de
murrer in the iiikp of Mr K '..17 i ins
s. II A .Iiieu anil wife ami o''b i"l .in
injuiutlon issued on tlie llllnt, of j
bund fin $oP0 liy plaintiff.
Among the passengers hoo'-ii' fm tb
Sierra toda are JIIss M.ib'-I Joni,
MUb Hu Deuuls and MIkn llissle
Clinch who hae been guests of .IIs
Stella l.oe ror borne mouths past
The Public Works drpjitiiient has
put in new bridges on Anapimi anil
Hastings sticets In the I'liiiahuu ills
tl let nnd Is now at work lomplcing
the maiadanil7ing on Wlldei um-iiiic.
1'. 12 ItlihaiilKiin who h Inipnii
lug sc'M-iul Iocumoblles loi uye In-n
.i)i Hint when tlie uiaihiius iiiiIm
lu will guniniitee to taKi panic,
iliuiuid I lie Island at the iat, of Ih
.ten inlles mi hour iim-i Hi, hi.iiN ;u
tbe am nt piescut.
The AHfoel.ilioti 1'oMth.ill League h
How I'liiisldi'ilug a plopiislllou it, iir
innge loi a game bitweiu two oi th.
bcrt teams ol the oignii).atiou. tin
piuei-i'iis in go tonaid swelling the jh
Klulcy iiii'iiinilal I unit Tlie matter
will be hilly del bled on at a liieetlni.
(0 be held soon lu the inning ol tin
Scottish Thistle Club. Line building
L'lol.'HMir Koebele who has Just ru
tinned Hum n trip to the lauds ol tin
Walilnwa eolmi) down the load, re
pints that he does not believe cut
worms will ,e so iiiimeious oil ldiiu
wblih has Just been biok'n up. theli
number giadiinlly deeienslnu the Ion
ger the soil Is under cultivation, until
a: least thej will almost eutliuly ills
Captain Sodeigien. exiuaster of tin
bulk Ili'Hpei. who has been seivlng a
Icng henteiiie In Oaliu jail, was I clean
ei! honi fiistnily ,'8teiday niornlng
lie wns nloiiK the wateifiiuil durlnp
the day. shaking hiiutis wlih lili
fl lends nnd renewing obi nioiinlni
nines. He also paid a Unit to his oh'
vishi'I. whli h Is now l.ilng ut the lull
Among tho piissuiseis by the W C
Hull lor Kiiual this nrti'iuoou will be
Mi. IIIIIh, manager of the l.lhue he
iida Winks Mi. Hills came to tin
ll lo meet .Miss Cuttroll, ho iiii'M'i.
mm Sail Pram 1st o lu ihe Cit ol Pe
(ing. mid who will also l,o to Knil.i
i this nil.'i noun s Mi'.iiiiijr I he young
piople will be iiiaiili'd shoilly urtm
their nniwil on the Cardep Islu.
Inspi'itor J. W. l)o)l. ul the C'us
'inns House has bum MiMpriiib-d I rum
the wi lie pending a del isiuli In tin
!"' or a Cillncdc- K4llor who was nl
Wmii a nil of HANAN'S "EMPCR
ORS" nnd Mm II llH' it Inn! ' i. t
fillim that dm snt : : : :
We hne et to find tl " fit t pair oi
HANAN'S SHOES that ha nnt clM-n
pi rfeet comfint nnd atlif.i tlmi :
HONOLULU BTOCK liXCIIANCD
Honi lu!'.. J.iM-i- :i, lS2
KMr oc ;Tuf K
"" Rrmr ft CAmrn
L 11 K.ir Jc Co.. Ul .
Wc don't ne.'d tn mhi
they ndvettlse thorns. i. :
We are the sil nic n'-
h'gh grnib shot :
: MclNERNY SHOE STORE
"wi Pltnttllon Ct
H!iinArritult'iri'Co ttoo!K& ivi
iiwillinCnm Sc vu Ci t.iff.tjo "
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
i:i-eplloniil and extraonllnniy offi iIiirk In UNDERWEAR which
Is sure to plow of great Interest to ladle The goods li.i Ju-t
nnlU'il nnd are absolutely fr-di anil ti'-w A ca" In whli h
GOODS WEAR AMD PRICES TALK
i;wi nrllHi' nffcriMl In tliin nn! i ol tin I ".' mjIm- ,n. i nut b
iioiu th bfRt ffiltmi, caiilliti utul wIii-m I
Hiwutlan Sugar Co
ifiku so car lo
ahuku I'luntJItlnti Lj
tt ihulu Sugar Co
ol Sup ir Co
0hu Jlaf Co ,
nk$ SLgif Plm Co
CI i t 'o LU Ml
iinSi . L 4 J if
f )l iiy C n rjn '
I' lull tn n I'l in C
I'j. If HKf Mill
I i Plant iti n (.
l.(Mk .. sK rC .
. I'l nr W II '
Ploni Mill Co Vvx '
i i iknsuirar '
Wl'trijn.ilii Nufc ir (
Wh-m Mnl Co .
MlSi I ILAMO I t
WllJfi Stt-amslilp (
Intfr lljfiJ Vf jitiN Co
Him nl.tn Ilntrk Cn ,
Mm lrU T rV L (.1.
lii ul Ithrhnnr Co
CUlm Us Sil Cn
I't .lf Ke& H t k C.i
f irst Sitlonil Hank
I Iim ASUrx A. T o
II iw illan (" ; r r rntl
llilo H k C- t rr tent
II. m ljpU Traiivli
1 a I'ljniit n ( ppr rnt
cijhu U & L c . rpi
Oil) i I'lintali n t r
0! I'fjnutWno r. c
Wi)lj Asr'tut 6p C
Cambric Skirts at SI.25
with lien lows id tin Mug - lm h
ill,- -itlmih and ' lm lies ol htioUK
i M i IK ut Toi elinii line.
Cambiir Sl.lit, with 3 rows ol
Imltiitbin llalleiiburg hue Inver
tlon. 1 1 1' Inches wide; bottom
tilmmed with .'! inch Ilntteiiberg
Ladies' Gowns at 50c and 65c
Kxtia Millies offered lu gowns
Camotic Skirts at SI. 50
with two lows of tucMng. 1 1-2-Incb
Inseitlous 2 1 '2 Inch Tor
ihim Ime,, 21 sKlrts. no dupll-iiites
and one row of
Inlll lows ol .Mil Tnl'll'lll In
si'itiou. and ', lm b in - at b t
torn. I'vellci't valiu
Embroidered Skirls at Si. 75
three rows of hemstitch' d un 1,.
ing c-lnth cmbiolili'i tluunc
111 lm 1) dust ruffle
with mi.' rum
tin I Inn
lvii'l) Wrapp r lu the lioi'si will lit snhl at hall pi!
alleli d bin ca. ii .iiui't miss them
Cambric Skirts at $2,00
I'XtlU MllU", two IOMS Of tlllb
Ing tluee lows of Toichon in
sertion, 1 1 2 Indies wide: bot
tom trimmed with S-lnch lut
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts 1, 50
six rows of tucking fl Inches em
broldeied edging 13 Inehe.- dust
ruffle. Nothing to equal till
SUIrt at the price $1 'u
CLEARING SALE OF
( op.boo V
i , tx o
I jnom ilH
iSa,tr ioo .
f,ooo, S . ..
Trevor O 190
1.SjOnr I0O. ...
1 M t)H
to .. .,
5n.ooo .00 t'o
Sn.oaa 100 lo1,
tjo.oao too .
0,000 Ift ....
,000,000 loo 90
HjI 'K loo Knliuliii. $21. flu Hwa.
(:.l :", s lliiimmii. JlHn. 20 Oaliu,
PORTO RICAN -,BT LAWYBR.
A.i- .1. , Hi- piopl' m th' 1 sib mlar of
. I'ul'11 Cmi. ibis Inr. imon was
.M.niii' I X'lth.uili. ,1 I'or'o Itiian. At-
iiile Sllillli 11 U, M'll(llii ttoni"
Cn iiiliinii n--l,i d licit the citc be eon
1111 nil ti nt i 1 iiiiiori'iw. (limited
This is ihe cr first 1 1 ni' that a
I'oitn Itluiu ihnrgi'd with agiam in
Un 1'iiMii- ('unit ol Honolulu has eer
Kl'ilm d an nttuiiie to tight his case.
Ynli'iitlm- Itodiluues. a I'urtuguesv.
was also iliarged with agranc His
e.isi went oMr until tomorrow.
The. tii aim r ICIuau look among her
u.KfiigcrH tin follow Ing people. I'ru
lestol Km In In I. M Whit) boilse. It.
S. Steele (' i: Uleliaidsoli C. A
Hollowiiy. Miss I M Pope darn
Lillilh.iy and I) II .M.n honai hie.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Pi'otcH ISIuck. Tort Street.
CLINTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
jr. . ,w .v.
B'C issu!l 4 JUv 4 m
WILLAltD i:. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Go.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchang.
MclNERINY BLOCK. PORT ST.
STOCK ANUJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Orders for the purihasi or sale of
Hindis and bonds earefuly nnd prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg, Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stiinfienwiild Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 228
No More Dreaa
" Dental Chair
n:r.Tii extrac-trd and filled
AflSOLl'TKI-Y WITHOIT PAIN bj
jur Inte scicntitic u.uhoi! applied to the
uias. No tli-ep-i rodiicing agcutu oi
Tlic- are the or.lv I'ental p.lrlnrs Ir
lotiolulu having I'AlTNrLD Ai'l'Ll
NCKS anil Ingredient to extract fil.
lowed ashore hum ihe Auuilui Muni , md appli gold cior.ns and porceloli
V. the inspector wlihoul tin pe-nils , TOwn. ui'uleiic. able fn.m natural teclt
.'. o. u.c iiispeiior 01 nuiii'graiinn. 1 ,,,A u,rnnte,l for trn xcars. WITH
I'ndur tlie lilies ol th"
line miu 1 .,. ,,,. ,,., ,,.
u ., ,.i., ,.. ..i , ..... ul I lur. i.ii'i 1 ''
-i" ,'ftiuiuit lll.u III IUI.V lltll I mil. l- 1 ntnttt'iTL'll llPVflJT ' rt,
11 Hon ol the lolleitor will be pis..l lonP h" 0ADl ATLP I)KM131. 01
ipi-ii by the S'i'Urv ol tin- Tun- 'rom IJ to Jo cais' experience, ami
my. f each dcpartnn nt In iharge of a Special
Hen.y Shew, a n-.no nnd 1.1. mie. 1st. Glr n call, and you will Uni
unn of the gang ol slow don. woil, us to do exactly as we advertise. W
ng lor JiiCabe. iiuiulMon . iti r.n will tell you In aiUnmc exi.'tly whi
whs unoxleil Mstuilay mi tne ili.tixi'i ottr work will colt iy a I'llUfi UN
if assault anil batten mi Saic' a. AMINATION.
-Univ. loeniieii giuiiy. om tun ihe ma;i
'lad I'lilii'd lilm 11 Ifiue wliirh nniri'i'
1111I1I resent. He hail les.-niei! 11 :,-,
l'icl,iug the loinplaliilng w'ltnise. II'
lid not Mini h lilm iiiiwn. The i use
wint over until this ui.einn m ! lie
Ilnlti ease wai on br'me lie, i ,i
The Vltiuni I m s. I'i'dii I ., r, il fn
Mni'l end Hiiwsll pnitp ni 1.' nm'i ii
lay did not ircl awa irit'l .t Ti . J
o'e'ocli. making the p.im ilk., is 1 .
mgiy At I Mii'iloik tl-eie w.i-i .I'll
it how line of fieivlit diav nu lb'
Kct Teeth r. lf
Colli Crow ns. hft.Oli
Hold I'HllnCH l (0
I V. AylJf
1 18 STILL HOLDING 1
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iinjou will ttml on enquiry
iiii:n cut in 1.1.UA1:
. ..lilt ' .1 n
nutHlde of the leiei -Island l.aif. wult- that your work will I,, of the uu
'ng for their tuiu to put fi.h nlui'il
th.'ol;n.Ka ,,,,, iu,t. iii-Miies ,his. iew 1 crK Ilcntijl Y'dihn
there v.as a bei'd 11 f nillih mws f!
bw load up niouiul f'i'llforiila that had li be taken ubuaul Uo"w 4' mi,(' lJlllllll"k. lu" "
lutriu railway. I tlie oiy inbt UiIiiie uf .ill. I llwn"w IN '"-"'ANi.F
' lliuirs. s n. m. to r. p. 13.
Bundles, 9 a. m. to 1" 111.