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The New FALL CLOTHING is arriving daily. We opened up some Elegant New Double Breasted Suits this week. Come and see - « .53.1 McKeans I 4th and Main 4* 4 s ♦4s4*& #* * ♦ ■fr* 4 s 4» &4* #4 s # <t» J °ur Stock is Constantly Changing Hands J Not that we are selling out the HHHBi B «. place, but the good groceries fy W II it. Rapid as is their incoming S 9 !T is -heir outgoing. Easy, there- 7 . , H M *S* e§» fore, to tell why we handle goods *^ so fresh, so fit for use, so just ? Yakima Apples and Bure De <Fi J • Anjou Pears —Won't Last long. / / | Sims' Grocery Cor. 4th and Main. 'Phone 63 ± 'V- V •$» *t J T v t s T 8 T "f* TTVt*r VV T V *f> "T VT v SPECIAL! Free Examination 11 11 Eyes fitted to glasses from $i to $5. Any style of mountings. 1 FOR ONE WEEK ONLY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY * — t'tWl OPTICAL PARLORS Cor. 4th and Main Sts. Phone 345 Dacrei Bldg'. II II 18. B. B. I I Stands for a New I I Department. We I I are going to tell I I you all about it I I Tomorrow. Look I I for our advertise- I I ment on page 9 in I I the Union to-mor- I I row morning & I I Motter-Wheeler Co I I 103-5-7-9 Main Street 6 and 8 South Third I THE EVENING STATESMAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1905. ULIGANI OF BUSSIA. NEW ORDER OF LAWBREAKERS BRED FROM CONDITIONS OF ANARCHY. Social and Political Status From Which Discontent and Disorder Have Sprung-The Underworld and Its Strange Characters. The czar's manifesto providing for a national assembly In Russia has ex cited speculation on the question whether the establishment' of such an institution will mean the beginning of a new and better era in that empire. It is said that corruption and graft have reached their limit among the of ficial classes and that the government Is no longer able to prevent open de nunciation of the autocracy and its methods, for opponents of the existing regime are so numerous that the police despair of the task of arresting and punishing them. The conditions of anarchy existing have given rise to a new order of malcontents and violators of law known as the TJUganL These the people In general fear more than they do the police or the Cossacks or other agents of the autocracy. The Ullgani are a constant menace to the security of life and of property, and the police In many places are powerless to suppress them. It Is said that Emperor Nicholas 11. lives more than ever in terror and is subject to frequent fits of de pression. He is now in residence at Peterbof, where mantraps have been laid about the grounds, while the pal- INMATES OP MOSCOW BOOKEKIES. ace fence bristles with burglar alarms and ingenious electric contrivances. The palace itself is alive with soldiers, police, spies and secret service agents, the duty of the last being to report on the doings of the others. The characters of the underworld known as the Uligani are the workless and homeless, the tramps and outcasts, who have now become a threat to pub lic order because of their number and the organization for criminal purposes which they have effected. They live in the rookeries of the large cities and also congregate, strange to say, in the cemeteries. A native of Russia who is now a citizen of the United States not long ago returned to the country of his birth. The first thing he did was to visit his aged mother, the next to search for the grave of his father. On entering the cemetery he saw men moving about as if they were at home. He asked an old gravedlgger who they were and was going to speak to them. "For the Lord's sake, are you tired of your life?" exclaimed the old man. "Those are the Uligani. They live here, the place is theirs, and they will kill you if you show any curiosity." It is at the cemeteries the Uligani meet to plan their robberies and mur ders, and from these places they go forth in groups to fulfill the evil pur poses upon which they determine in council. The Russian-American men tioned had a friend who was the pro prietor of a cloth factory in which he HOW THE ULIGANI BLEEP. employed over 500 men. He had never had a quarrel with his employees, but one day he received a visit from three dirty, unkempt, Insolent men dressed in blue blouses and carrying short sticks, who made a demand on him for 500 rubles, to be paid before 10 o'clock the next morning. "Who are you?" asked the manufacturer. "I know tho representatives of the Social Demo cratlc party and the Citizens' Protec tive association, but you represent neither, and I'll not give up money to any one walking in from the street" That afternoon he called his employees together and Inquired if the demands came from them. "No, little father," said the work men; "we have no quarrel with thee. Those men were Ullgani. Don't pay." The next day he refused to pay the money, and that night he was murder ed in his bed. His friend from Amer ica called on the chief of police to see if something could not be done to pun ish the murderers. He found that they were well known, but the chief re fused to act "What can I do?' said he. "Four of my predecessors have been killed by bombs in six months. I want to live." Three weeks later a bomb was thrown at him, and be was killed after all. A strange state of affairs exists In Poland on account of the political and social unrest. Few pay taxes or rent, and landlords who ask for dispossess notices cannot get them served. DR. DARRIN IN WALLA WALLA THIS NOTED DIAGNOSTICIAN CAN BE CONSULTED FREE AT THE HOTEL STATE. The Scientific Treatment of This Well Known Specialist Ha s Cured Hundreds. It is the rare opportunity that conies once in a lifetime for the afflicted to learn from a recognized authority— chronic disease expert, a specialist— just what their trouble is, and wheth er or not it i s curable. All they would have to do is to apply to Dr. Darrin, who is now visiting Walla Walla for a few weeks, at the Hotel State, any time between the hours of 9 a. m. and 8 p. m. daily, and secure a free confidential examination and advice. A little talk will cost noth ing. Let Those Come Who Have Some Complicated Trouble. Those who have suffered for years without knowing just what it was that did ail them and are perplexed by the different opinions given by dif ferent doctors. Dr. Darrin will tell them how they suffer, and if curable he will tell them how they can be cured, and if incurable he will say so. Dr. Darrin Is Honest With the Sick. If he finds a case where medical skill is powerless, he frankly tells the patient so, and gives such advice as will aid them without charge. If curable Dr. Darrin tells just how much it will cost to be cured. This saves sick people the trouble of go ing from one doctor to another to find out what they "think' 1 the trou ble is, and then trying to decide which doctor was nearest to the truth. It saves suspense; it saves time; it saves money—for Dr. Darrin points out the sore spots, tells every ache and pain, tells why they suffer and how they can be cured. There is no mys tery about it —it is no superhuman bugaboo; but simply the result of years of special training—years of hard work treating nothing else, and the grand experience gained in 1 Great Rocker Sale I J We have just been able to buy two patterns of Rockers at § 0 a great discount from the regular wholesale price. An I • Eastern manufacturer shipped a car of chairs to us, and ! ? by mistake shipped us a great many more of these two § % patterns than ordered, and rather than pay local freight • • back on them he offered them to us at nearly one-half j J price and in consequence we are able to sell these rockers | away below the regular price. The material used in the • • construction of these rockers is all selected stock, and q • every one of these would ordinarly be good values for i 9 double the price. Come in and inspect these rockers. • • Remember, these rockers will not last long at these prices | 1 What $7.75 will buy What $4.75 will buy j 0 A large massive, comfortable A fine quartered sawed oak rocker, * 0 Rocker, made of selected quarter- neat and trim in appearance; it | • ed oak and nicely finished. This will add to the furnishings of any | • rocker has a roll seat and for room. This rocker sells ordinarly j • style and make up cannot be for $7.50. While they last we will f J equaled for $12. While they last sell them for I J we will sell them for I j $7.75 $4.75 ! — i ■ i ■ z Z These Rockers on Show in our East Windows j • COMPARE £1 FV £1 WE ARE ALWAYS | • OUR VIIJ* If I m PLEASED TO | • PRICES L* 1/ L* |V I SHOW OUR GOODS i treating thousands of similar cases that enables the doctor to tell at a glance what organ is affected, how and why, and what the remedy Is. Consult Him Tode,y, Tomorrow or Any DayNNetx t Week. Dr. Darrin will examine all cases free of charge. His continual suc cess in treating chronic diseases has won for him the largest practice among the best classes of people in this vicinity. His cures are attested by the thousands of published testi monials from sick people all over the northwest. The afflicted should call and secure proper treatment before it is too late and beyond medical and human aid. Dr. Darrin's experience has been world-wide, covering many years of practice. WISE PIANO HOUSE To Locate Here Permanently. This Piano Firm is widely known for their line of standard musical in struments, Cecilian Self-Playing Pianos and Cecilian Piano Players. Clean, honest methods, such as the Wise Piano House employs in selling instruments makes them decidedly popular with Piano and Organ buy ers. Their local representatives are C. V. Baird and W. D. O'Neil. Store opposite W & C. R. Depot, Walla Walla TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE—SOME EXTRA FINE Bargains in Real Estate. W. C. Taylor, 815 Washington St. Tel. Main 1236. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL maintains unexcelled service from the west to the east and south. Making close connections with trains of all transcontinental lines, passengers are given their choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans, and through these points to the far east. Prospective travelers desiring infor mation as to the lowest rates and best routes are invited to correspondence with the following representatives. B. H. TRUMBULL., Commercial Agent, ♦■ The Statesman has the most ■♦ ♦ complete Job Printing Plant in ■♦ ♦ Walla Walla, Bring your Print- -» ♦ ing to us. -♦ FALL AND WINTER For weeks we have been reci.- marking and arranging our sWfi Fall and Winter wear. We are for ready for business. We have the Shoes made by the Corn pan . h , e N shoe-makers. We sell no «22 3 Compare our Shoes with others^-28 N. SEIL 20 STRE ET W XL Op'ee 1 ; But The ' LA CAPIOSAS ARE SELLERS They're the choice of discriminate smokers ' UPTON'S, Second and Alder Streets *********** ±SjlTu If you can't see clean,,, bet- ♦ ter consult us. You may need a | pair of Spectacles. We knew, i If you don't need any we will tell 1 you so. Do not neglect your \ Eyes or they may neglect you | later on. ' Ludwigs j & Hunziker i Jewelers and Opticians WANTED—4O head of draft horsw immediately by Dr. Wood at 31c- Bride's livery stable.