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TOE OltEGONtDAILYJOUUXAIi, PORTLAND; SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY, 0. 1904.
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st once without delay or pain -eny defectiveness In the eyes.
We never recommend glasses unless absolutely necessary for the ,
protection ;of your eyes. Our optician is an expert Ions years of
- practice enables htm- to be perfect and correct in all his efforts.
in this line, surrounded as he Is by every needful appliance to
aid and guide him In his examinations.
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185 MORRISON ST., hear Bridge
Dr. Hamilton W. Mable, in review
Ing the work of the Tounj Men'a ChrlS'
ttan association Xor.UOJ. In the January
number, of "Association ,. Men,", the ; In
ternational association paper,- ay: s -
, '.IThe survey of - the work of ; .
Young Men's Christian association; for
1903,. is a striking refutation of those
more, or. lesa vague : statements fre
quently made' that religious, work of all
kinds is declining and that religion has
lose Its hold on men. The record of the
associations is a strlkins' evidence, "not
"only--tfthe--eanfre-:i-whlch has -taken
place In the conception of the religious
lire and ln.,the methods- of reliKious ex
pression, but also in the power of religion.-
- i ; A;.;..-... ...'y.-.'-irfi..
"Whatever may have been the de
fects, either : In quality or in manage
ment, of the association in the past. It
has become an model of high and ef
fective organisation, and a potent in
fluence in directing capable' and manly
young men. : It is an- expression" of the
religious lfe which fits the temper and
the need of the day, .and it Is therefore
fundamentally the right ' expression" of
that lire. It is a religion of action: con
trasted sometimes top sharply With' the
religion of meditation, but pre-eminently
in spite . or ita occasional over-empha
sis on action, the . religion which the
modern world needs and which can do
the most for the' redemption of' the motft-
ern world. . It stands for that broad
conception of life into which .the .young.
man or today is born. It demands the
health of the body as well as the health
pf. the spirit, sanity in out-ot-d60r life
as well as integrity in social and busi
' v Building XT? the Body.
, "The gymnasium and the outtof-door
sports are a part of, not apart from its
fundamental religious work. It makes
the young man at home in the world by
recognising the fact that he has a right
to live a vigorous physical life, and
that the demands of his physique for ex
ercise and play are quite as important
in their time and place as the demands
of his spirit for exercise and work.
"Those who feel, as Intelligent men
must feel, that a great deal is yet to
be. done -before religious influences are
brought to bear upon all . classes, .and
the methods of ' religious education
adapted to the needs of all sorts and
conditions .of people, will find : encour
agement and inspiration in the breadth
of the 'work of the association, . It
reaches all classes of young men:- the
clerks .In the stores, the men who work
with their hands, operatives in the mill
towns, the men who perform' Ihe difll
cult arid exacting duties of railroad employes-
.those . who- work in mines-, and
men who -are-nliated 4n the army- and
navy, . students liv colleges,, .youths, .in
state reformatories,' Indians and negroes.
("One .-cannot read the , story of the
achievements of the last year in extend
ing ' the .- work of ithe association , as to
touch an ever-increasing number of dif
ferent, groups-of men in different occu
pations and localities, without feeling
mar. mere i, something prophetic In, Its
work, - without heralding the fact or
arrogating to' itself the preaching of
the Gospel of the unity of , all .Christian
men,.-It is quietly,, persistently and ef
fectively carrying on, the work of unity
in a spirit or unity, wherever it goos
it -makes men aware of he identity of
their needs, the simplicity of the spirit
ual constitution of man, the unity of
the Interests of religious, men, and. their
, in, iiiviij - luuiiiniB ma luuuttiacinai
things on which alone the religious life
can bo based. The: work of the association-has
beCqme ! an illustration of
practical Christian unity.
- Its Kola on young Hen.
."It is impossible not to recognize in
the hold which this great : organization
has obtained, on the young men of the
world. In order to give direction to
the life of the-next generation it hs
necessary to penetrate and influence the
lives of the young men of this genera
tion. : This Js precisely what' the' asso
ciation Is doing. It is appealing to the
manhood of manly men, it is setting be
fore them wholesome and catholic ideas
of religion, it is accustoming them to
act together with their fellow. Christians
without -thought of sectarian divisions,
ana it js organising an army, which has
the power, the enthusiasm and the Ideal
ity of youth to sustain and inspire it.
"The Young Men's Christian associa
tion in 1903 added to its equipment in
North America a ' new , building every
six days, - with1; a total cost of nearly
$3,000,000, and now, has 117 such under
takings on foot with $4,000,000 pledged
for more buildings. It also paid off
nearly $500,000 on debts on property,' and
received nearly $250,000 for endowment.
The membership has so increased in
many cities, notably in Buffalo and NeW
ark...that new .and larger buildings have
been erected and large branch. buildings
established where young men center. It
is taking ita educational work into fac
tories and. industrial plants.-' The most
notable development in its religious en
terprise has been in its popular noon
services in industrial plants.' " Street
railway association buildings have been
WE ARE THE LARCEST DEN
TAL CONCERN IN THE WORLD
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These prices for good work are pos
sible to -us. We do so much of it.
Silver Fillings . . . .i... .. .. BOe
Gold'Filllngii, pure .51.00
Gold Crowus, 23-K ..... i.iiV,... $3.50
Fall Bet Teeth .......v.,......, .13.60
Bridge Work . , .-. .... .... . . . ... , .'.$3.50
' "VVe' tell eactiy what your work will
cost i by free examination. Our plates
give satisfaction, comfort and natural
expression. -.1 . . ;. . (
CrOwn and bridge work of the best at
Iowst prices is our specialty. . NO
PAIN. Our name alone Is. a guarantee
that , your work will be of the best.
Lady attendant always . present, v
7 Dentists : ,
TITTH AVD MOSBISOIT BTS.
Opposite Meier to frank Co. Xntrano
891 H Morruion.
opened at Brooklyn, a quarry , men's as
soclatton at Proctor Vt, miners' in Mex
ico and colored coal -miners' in Iowa.
and in new lumber towns in Arkansas
and . Mississippi. In one new railroad
association in the Southwest, 9Q per cent
of - the male 'population are members.
Thirty-three railroad buildings were
opened in the year.
. Seme Idea of Its Orowtbl ,
"A general rule is made by 'the state
association committeesto organize orily
where the business men of a town will
erect a suitable building for-an associa
tion, under, the direction of . a . trained
secretary. The organization ' has been
vigorously extended notably In BHtish
Columbia, Manitoba, Washington, Cali
fornia, Nebraska, West Virginia- and In
the 8outb. A secretary is soon to be
sent to Havana; while in the great cities
of Europe and the Orient the associa
tions are Increasing in membership and
Influence. . An army association building
has-been opened at Fort Monroe, -the
gift of Miss Gould. The three .branches
at naval, ports In this" country, on at
Brooklyn costing nearly $500,000, bave
not been half ISrge enough to fake care
of the' men, making them the 'headquar
ters while on shore leave. The -Brooklyn
branch received , '.$250,000 of - the
men's . money for, safe-keeping. . The
evening night schools of. the city associ
ations have niore men enrolled than the
combined enrollment of. seven of .the
largest ' state universities: 'i These" men
pay nearly $100000 In tuition fees. In
one' place all the Western Union; boys
are in its classes,, and hundred branches
of -valuei to- employed men' and boys 'are
conducted by the associations, -even sup
plying, a .law. course and: turning: out
graduates, who rank the highest in the
state, barj examinations, The..6Q0:.gyra
naslUras have more members than any
other athletic organization 4n. rte" world.
The 700 -student associations have- 46,-
000 members ;'l 98 railroad associations,
42,000; boys' departments, 46.000;' colored-.
?,0Qu,and men' of "a rscor"e "of na
tionalities and-oceupatlons'varylng from-
tne Dreaner : boy of the mines to the
classical student in v its i membership.
The religious, services and Bible classes
are keeping" pace, with the increase in
material equipment and variety of adap
tation. 'In four' years' the men's ' meet
ings at 500 associations increased- in
weekly, -attendance from - .1.18&900 to
2,295,000, and the Bible classes doubled
tb?lr. enrollment," . . .........
' ; AST . OLD WOMAWB HXUUOX.
From the St Louis Post-Dispatch. '
In one of ' the letters made public by
the New York World a shipyard trust'
promoter refers to a French under
writer in these -eloquent terms: . i. :
."I hear he has a 'million -dollars be
longing to one old woman -to invest at
his discretion." '
The same writer tells , his partners
that he is looking into a report that the
pope has $6,000,000 on deposit' in the
Banca dl Roma, and other large sums
with the Rothschilds and in London.
Is it any wonder that this promoter's
mouth watered? An old. woman with a
million to invest Is a tempting morsel.
arid- $6,060,000 designed for religious pur
poses tn the care of a simple-minded old
man eager to invest the funds most
profitably to the cause how the palm
itches at the thought!
Th!MTH will . t.W. PikA. .fiwrm. vftKn... rAit.
. vww- n.Buw.'vujcv
tlon. Jwiniiy Its Usta i pi.nt t drnggitta
A HAPPY WOMAN
Desires' Afflicted Humanity to ProHt by
. -4fer Experience and Be Healed.;
Newberg, - Or. Jan 8. To 'Whom It
May ConcernI wish that- by thesa
words I. might, direct the attention of
the. afflicted to. the broad avenue of .escape--
from- - tbi4r miseries afforded
through the drifless treatment as lad
mlnistered by Mrs. L. - II. Hart, 205
Alisky ' building. Third and Morrison.
Portland, Or. After suffering for eight
or ten years rrom the many ills, peculiar
to my sex; a general, run down condi
tion; severe pains in my head; dizzi
ness; no ambition;- no strength.- consti
pation and kidney trouble, I placed my-
sen in tne care or Mrs. Hart and after
only FOUR treatments was entirely
cured and ; have bad no ' return of the
old symptoms since. Before- treatment
I was unable to do my hoasework with
out great exhaustion, but now I can
work all day and at nfght feel 'no weari
ness of body. My health,, too, is better
than .it. has. been. for. many. year. .While
undergoing treatment I made mention
of a very painful bunion that had caused
me great misery for : seven or elfcht
years. ONE-.treatment entirely removed
that agony, and today I feel like a young
person, although I am a woman of to.
- .MRS. ANNA DAILY.
This, woman's husband , was entirely
cured of rheumatism of the-most acute
character, and he, . too, writes a most
sincere testimonial. The wonder is. in
deed, that there- is any .human being.
wnose mina is so dark that he or she
does -not comprehend - that the art or
practice or whatever it may be denomi
nated, of dealing out drugs to be taken
Into the human system is NOT bene
ficial, to the health, but entirely detri
mental thereto. - . ( ' . ' i
But ;there J3 A Ct?RE. FOR PHYSI
CAL AFFLICTIONS, and the drugless
doctors nave round the key.
MRS. U H. HART.
80S- Autxr Bxmjnfa, xxxxn awd
MOSSZSOsT. . , s. .
Consultation cordially invited. Tele
phone, West 15S4. V
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, Everyone : else does, too,1 .They are
an eyesore to everybody. ' And that
foul breath! It can only be renovated
by the hand of the dentist . It. is our
business, to put new teeth in the place
of those old ones. A nice flexible flesh
colored, set will cost . only . $15. They
are the best off earth.' . . -,
The Alba Dentists
Southeast corner of first and Morrison.
Telephone, Mala 8796. - .''
Schwab Bros. PrintingCo.
" Best Work, Seasonable rrioas'
847M Stark Street,' ? ' Phone VTaU 178
Why Pay High Price for Watch Repairing
When you can get ' the best work for
little- money at- - '
' $11 DEJCUM 'BUILDING.'" " "
What Will It Be?
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Wool or. Linen Underwear?
Some say wool and others aret
. qually in favor of linen We
. say they are both'goode Come
in : and let. us explain . the
merits of the Dr, Jaeger's
-Health Wool Underwear, and . ,'
, 7 vthe Dr Deimers: Linen Mesh. , f
-Underwear, r-r'-'T- V
Buffum Bb Pendleton
- 311 MORRISON. ST, OPP,.PQSTOF.FJC. , ;.
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Tuesday, January 12
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why not? It's the best lamp made by anybody, in
any place, at any time, or at any price. We sell
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our $1.50 Flash Llghf ? It beats the band. Every
. thing in the ELECTRIC LINE from a-light plant
to a buzzer; waiting at the other, end of your tele
' phone. The place to save money. :
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Phone 1808 309 Stork St.
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