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Pope Pius Condemns Modern Dress Worn By 1927 Flappers The women worry not so much about the dignity affected as about attracting the men they’ve selected. Rome.—Modern fashions for wo men were characterized as “an out rage in every sense against human and Christian dignity” hy Pope Pius in addressing 1,000 representatives of the Federation of Catholic Men. Emphasizing his displeasure over the present modes, the pontiff urged fathers to check their daughters and wives’ irreverence and corruption as expressed in immodest clothing.. The head of the Holy Roman Church will not go far in opposing the vast wave of feminine exposure that is now giving the sons of God visions more or less beautiful of “beauty unadorned.” As an early father of the church once said in speaking of women, “When her shift is removed, her modesty is gone.” We think it has been removed. Women are now well acquainted with the blessings of brevity in garments. There are only a few places remaining, covered GOOD PLUMB lN THEY SAY KEEPS / ■>. THE < 7 I Doctor] away ! j fPLl|§PißiW6i|) THE doctor pays more visits to the home where the drain age is bad and the plumbing out of order than he does to a sanitary house. When you're figuring your expenses for the year you should consider thoughtfully the necessity of installing in your home a pro per plumbing system. Then jrou should talk with us. S. C. LOVETT 970 East Van Buren St. PHONE 6531 PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING by clothes. Year by year the num ber gradually grows less. No man can now say, unless he is blind, that he married without seeing just what he was getting. In the days of pads and patches and bussles, such excuse was often urged, when dissolution of matrimonial alliance was desired. We must give women credit for one thing, however, they have really acquired more modesty than they ever had be fore in one direction. They are so sensitive about their cheeks being ex posed, since veils are no longer used that they even cover them with paint. Many in this way sacrifice their na tural beauty, in their strenuous strug gles to avoid showing their naked cheeks. In fact, were the alternative presented of being without virtue or being without rouge many would rather be without? Worth $25,000,000 Was Penniless in 1906 Story of Man’s Rise New York.—Samuel Rubel, who landed in America 21 years ago with out a cent, closed a deal recently which puts him at the head of a $25,000,000 business, the Rubel Ice and Coal corporation. Rubel bought the Commonwealth Coal and Ice company and the Put nam Coal and Ice company, which he will merge with the Rubel Ice and Coal company under the corporation name. These companies are said to do 85 per cent of the ice anl coal business of Brooklyn and the Borough of Queens. PHONE 3089 MORRISON, The Dentist WILL TAKE SPECIAL CARE OF YOUR DENTAL NEEDS X-RAY DIAGNOSIS FREE EXAMINATION 36 East Washington St. Over Goldberg’s WEAR THE ARCH PRESERVER SHOE Keeps Good Feet Well—Makes Bad Feet Feel like Good Feet NELSON SHOE CO. / 27 So. Central Ave. Phoenix, Arizona Rubel’s first employment in Ameri ca was in a stove pipe factory at $3 a week. He quit because a 50-cent pay increase was denied him and be gan delivering ice and coal with a push cart. He entered the wholesale coal business in 1910. “Twenty-one years ago,” about ten million Negroes were penniless. Today they are still penniless. Today we may add, they all expect to be rich in the next world. Woman was made from a rib; man retained the backbone, but all men don’t use it. THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO. Undertakers and Embalmers 124 North Second Avenue Phoenix Phoanlft KEYS Fitted and Duplicated LETIS R. TEMPLIN 142 Adams St. Phone 5058 Wear While You Pay 46 W. Washington St.