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Timid boys, on-the other hand, are
made properly self-reliant ( by the
Water in which potatoes have been
boiled is the" best thing with which
to sponge and revive a silk dress.
HOW TO TOTE YOUR BABY IN SNOW COUNTRY
Mrs, Gilman and Frances.
Minneapolis, Minn. D'ye ever
hear of a Dickenagen baby?
Mrs. Wilma Anderson Gilman is
responsible for the Dickenagen baby
in Minnesota. A hah century ago
one would have seen a Dickenagen
for every Indian papoose, but today
the one she carries Is the only one
in active use in Minnesota.
Mrs. Gilman is a noted pianist of
Minneapolis. She is also .the wife
of Charles Gilman, famous as a
sportsman -and firearms expert. It
was while roughing it in. ;the north
woods that she hit upon the JDicken
agen plan .of carrying-baby Frances,
The Gflmans have returned to their
suburban Minneapolis home, and. the
Dickenagen came with them. Baby
Erancea has jaot ridden in a peram
bulator yet, but every day, sometimes
on snowshoes, Mrs. Gilman puts her
in the Dickenagen and takes her
along on a walk across coaatry.
Nothing is more soothing andj
more restful than a Dickenagen
nothing puts a. baby to sleep quicker
when a baby is tired; nothing keeps
a baby niore cheerful when a baby i3
"You can stand the baby up
.agamst the wall in the Dickenagen'