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THE LABOR ADVOCATE
Original Articles by Women for Women.
FOR YOtlO FOLKS
Sleepy Time Story About a Shrub
That Bears Fruit.
LUCK OF A SHEPHERD BOY.
What Happened to Him Booatiso of a
Kindly Act Performed A Dream In
the Forest and Its Wonderful Result.
The Fairy of the Elder Duch.
Tonight, said Uncle Hun to Little
Neil mid Polly Ann, I nui going to tell
THE MAGIC FLUTE.
Possibly you do not know that the
older bush la u fairy plant. It grows in
fairyland, and all the elderberry
bushes, or elder trees, as they ussd to
bo called, are In the caio of the elder
mother, who watches over them, re
warding those who help and punishing
those who harm her children, as she
calls her elder bushes.
The fairy horns and nil their musical
instruments are carved out of elder
wood. If you have ever made a whis
tle from the elder wood you will notice
that it has u delightfully mellow tone.
And once there was a little boy who
was wonderfully fond of music. At
evening, when ho look home the sheep
ho had nil day been watching in the
forest, ho could only talk of the won
derful music that was to be heard
One day as he wandered by his fa
vorite biook In the forest he noticed
that one of the groat bushes by the
stream was broken.
"Poor thing! I'll tie it up." snld
the shepherd boy. Uo bound up the
broken limb, and ho thought n rustle
passed through the plant.
Ouo day the boy lost one of his sheep
and after taking the rest of his flock
home started back to tho forest to seek
it. After searching a long time ho
found It asleep under the elder bush
which ho had so carefully tended.
As It wns very late and they were
fnr from homo, ho curled down besido
tho sheep and went to sloop, and In his
sleep ho had a strange dream.
In this dream n lovely lady rose from
the elder bush.
"I am tho elder mother," she said.
"You have served me and mine. Now
we shall help you. Look well at this."
And she handed him n flute, nt which
ho looked long and carefully.
"When you awaken make one of tho
same kind of tho wood of tho elder
bush beneath which you sleep," she
Tho boy did ns ho was told, nnd,
though ho had never tried to make any.
thing of the kind before, tho minute he
raised tho flute to his lips he found it
would play tho most delightful music.
.Tust as ho began to play the king
went riding by and was so enchanted
by tho music that ho asked tho little
boy to come with him to court and
play for him every day.
And there tho boy played all the
songs which ho had heard in the forest
tho songs of tho birds, the splashing
of the waterfalls, tho wnrblo of tho
brook over tho stones and the sighing
of tho wind through tho trees and tho
whole court praised htm, nnd tho little
shepherd boy became rich and famous.
Darning by Machine.
Darning by machine Is easy, speedy
and results in a mend that is scarcely
noticeable. To darn place the article
in nn embroidery frame to hold stead,
lly and keep It straight. Move the
stitch of the machine to the shortest
point and take out tho pressor foot
screw. Use u fine thread. Place the
nrticle to lie darned under tho needle,
hold (irmly and move steadily back,
forth, side wise or wherever you wish to
go, not turning the, goods around ut all.
Shades For Sickrooms.
When, ns in ense of sickness, wo wisii
a soft, wnrm light In a room rather
thnn the glare that an electric light im
parts, make little bags of china silk,
any color desired, and put them over
eacli bulb. It Is well to run elastic
around tho edge of the circle which
you cut from tho silk, so that the bulb
can bo easily removed by just slipping
ut of the ling.
Sally Limn inn be baked cither In a
Mat sheet or in inullln puns and Is de
licious in cither form. To make it, sift
together twice two cupfuls of Hour,
half a tcaspoonful of salt, two tea
spoonfuls of baking powder and three
tablespoonfuls of sugar. Break two
egg yolks Into half a cupful of milk,
mix and add to the dry ingredients.
Then add half a cupful of melted but
ter and tho whites of two eggs, beaten
To Sot Color.
To set color in calico or any cotton
fabric use one tcaspoonful of sugar of
lead (poison) to n pail of water. Let
tho nrtlrlrs soak in this fifteen min
utes, then wash.
FOR' MOUNTAIN WEAR.
Tho Kind of Sweater
That Gives Dost Service.
A STICK OF CANDY.
This silk sweater of maroon and
white stripe nnd natty belt Is especial
ly appropriate for tho girl going on her
vacation. Immense ehlc is added by
tho collar and cuffs of white angora.
Slip-on sweaters are still tho thing.
HERE'S A NEW FISH.
Washington Bureau Recommends the
Cod's Cousin of the Lakes.
Tho secretary of tho department of
commerce announces that the burenu
of fisheries has discovered nnother now
edible fish that in the past has been
unjustly neglected. It is tho burbot
and is being advertised by tho bureau
of fisheries by illustrated cards, on
which is printed a picture of tho fish
nnd this legend : "Tho cod's cousin
from tho great lakes practically no
waste. Ready to cook. Recommended
by tlie United States bureau of fish
cries." Tho burbot flourishes in tho groat
lakes and is plentiful there. -The fish
Is known In some localities as the "eel
pout" nnd "celing," and "ling" and
"cusk." It Is prepared for uso by skin
ning instead of scaling. It has few
hones, ami the flesh is firm, white,
flaky and of good flavor. It ships well.
A bulletin for free distribution giving
information regarding tho lish uud
recipes for preparing it has been is
sued by tile bureau
For the Best of Everything
in Meats and Poultry
Call Canil 1066 or I0C7 131 Ent Siitb Sired
Established 1866. CINCINNATI, O.
PHONE, AVON 4404
Wm. C. Seissiger
Fine Meats and Poultry
Wo Give Surety Stamps
2824 JEFFERSON AVENUE
DIRECTORY OF BUTCHERS
Who Are Friendly to' Union Labor and Should be Patronized
in their Respective Localities.
DAILY MEAT MARKET
Also Dealer in All Kinds of
Pork, Beef, Yeal, Lamb, Mutton, Sausage, Etc.
Phone Canal 260 1344 Main Street
The Franklin Cash Meat Market
Fresh and Salt Meats
Phone, Canal 1246 1312 MAIN STREET
Successor to E. ALBIUZ
Phone Canal 1633
1808 Race Street
Phone Warsaw 1823 AUTO SERVICE
CHOICE AND SMOKED MEATS
Beef, Veal, Lamb, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Etc.
3635 Warsaw Ave., Price Hill, CINCINNATI.
Phone, Canal 554
205 Findlay Street CINCINNATI, 0.
FINDLAY MEAT MARKET
Phone Canal 5044
104 Elder Street
Flndlny Market CINCINNATI, O.
CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY
Hams, Bacon. Lard
Phone, Avon 3614 2622 VINE STREET
Daily Meat Market
Phone, Canal 1385-L
107 WEST LIBERTY STREET
Phone West 17S9-L
UNION MEAT MARKET
DEALERS IN -
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS
1023 FREEMAN AVENUE
GEORGE STEGNER & SON
DAILY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Salt Meats, Pork. Beef. Veal. Etc.
Deliveries to WeMtwood and Cheviot
1221 HARRISON AVE. Phone We-t 844
QUALITY MEAT MARKET
JOS. A. TAPH0RN
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS
1008 JOHN STREET PHONE. CANAL 14S4Y
FRED. J. STEGNER
CHOICE AND SMOKED MEATS
BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK, MUTTON, LARD
Phone. Wett 2020
No. 1531 Freertan Avenue
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Choice Meats, Vegetables and Fruits in Season
Phone, Canal 3382
N. E. Cor. Liberty and Broadway
MEATS AND POULTRY
Phone Canal 1434-R I6II RAGE STREET
111 Elder Street MEATS Phone, Canal 1091
131 EAST COURT STREET
FINDLAY MARKET STALL No. 7, PHONE CANAL 1259 R
WOODBURN MEAT MARKET
EDWARD ALBIEZ, Prop.
Phone, Woodburn 1514. 3307 GILBERT AVE.
FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS,
237 W. Sixth Street
?An?: CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY
FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
Phone Avon 2290-L 2244 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mt. Adams Meat Market
"LITTLE JIMMIE" Jno. J. Snider, Jr. 1047 ST. GREGORY STREET
Dealer in BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK and all kinds of SAUSAGES
FISH AND OYSTERS ON FRIDAY A full line of Canned Goods, Butter and Eggs
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ORDERS TELEPHONE. CANAL 1741-X
OUR HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE IS THE TALK OF MT. ADAMS
HARRY D. GERWE daily meat market
VEGETABLES IN SEASON
17th AND EASTERN AVE. Telephone, South 3597 "OVINGTON, KY.
Telephone, Canal 731
1219 Main Street Cincinnati, Ohio
1705 ELM STREET
Surety and Green Stamps
Daily Meat MarKet
PHIL. DAVIDSON & SON
CHOICE FRESH AND
534 ELM ST., one Door South of Sixth
PHONE CANAL 2013
DAILY MEAT MARKET
Phone West 2297-Y Res. Phone West 3007-X
2032 HARRISON AVE.
105 E. Court St. Telephone Canal 835
I0HN RUHR I AF Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables
JU11H UUlllVLrtUL presh and Smoked Meats
OUR MOTTO Quality, Price, Service.
Orders Called For and Delivered. 3159 Madison Road
Phone Ridge 2921 OAKLEY, OHIO
H. POPPE Fancy Groceries
Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
Phone Ridge 1007 3174-3176 Madison Ave., OAKLEY
MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET
All Kinds of Fresh and Smoked Meats. The Best in Poultry.
Home Made Sausage a Specialty. Oysters in Season.
Branch No. 2 E. McMicken 641 W. McMicken Ave.
Near Vine Phone West 1306-R. Corner of Freeman Steps.
L. T. KAUTZ
Elm and Section Aves.
SAUSAGES AND POULTRY
Phone Canal 3861-R
E. A. SEISSIGER
CALHOUN MEAT MARKET
Choice Meats and Poultry
Phone Avon 2488 128 Calhoun St.
LIBERTY-MAIN MEAT MARKET
Home Made Sausage, Fresh Fish and Oysters,
Home Dressed Poultry, Came in Season
Phone. Canal 3621
J. SCHEID, Prop. N. W. Cor. liberty and Main Sts.
M. ANDREAS, Prop. Phone Canal 342
Peoples Market House
1218 Linn St. 120 West Elder St.
703 McMillan St.
8th St. and Matson Place, Price Hill.
RAVINE MEAT MARKET
PHONE WEST 3713-Y
McMicken Ave. and Ravine St.
Meats and Groceries
S. W. Cor. Gest and Carr Streets
Phone, West 1390
101, Ridge 2174
FRESH MEATS, FANCY GROCERIES,
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES