UNCLE SAM'S BABY EXPERT TELLS MOTHERS
HOW TO SAVE LIVES OF BABIES!
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(Miss Julia C. Lathrop, chief of the
children's bureau of the United States
department of labor, Washington, is
devoting her life to the study of in
fant welfare. She has the full co-operation
of the government in for
warding her work along scientific and
efficient lines. Much valuable infor
mation has been gained by the bq-
reau during its three years of work,
and The Day Book has arranged for
the full co-operation of the bureau,
as well as the personal attention of
Miss Lathrop in conducting a baby
saving campaign for Chicago. This
is the first article by Miss Lathrop.
Other articles by her and by experts
on the care of infants under 5 years.
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