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BABY GIRL THRIVES TOR Daughter cf Mr. ana Mrs. Lock-wood Lock-wood Lock-wood Honore Doing Finely. 1 WEIGHT IS DOUBLED For the second time In Chicago the baby incubator has been caltea into service to ptaerve the-life the-life the-life of one of,Va.eago's wealthiest wealthiest babies. The incubator was employed by Mr. and Mrs. J-iOgden J-iOgden J-iOgden Afmour for the first time for their little daughter, Lollta. a few years ago. This time the inenbator bas done magnificent -work -work in keeping-alive keeping-alive keeping-alive the little girl baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Lock-wood Lock-wood Lock-wood Honore two weeks ago. Dr. Frank Cary, the attending physician, reported last evening that the baby was making splendid progress, and that It would be a matter of only a few weeks when the baby might make Its appearance before tbe long list of admiring and wealthy relatives. Anxious inquiries about the baby's health have been received several tises a day at the Honore home, 139 Pine street, and one of the most interested relatives of tbe baby is its aunt, Mrs. Potter Palmer. Two weeks ago the lives of both mother and babe were despaired ob-b'ut ob-b'ut ob-b'ut the progress of the two has been so- so- remarkable as to exceed the fondest hopes of physicians and relatives. 3 When the baby was born, two weeks ago, it weighed less than three pounds; yesterday it weighed over six pounds, and showed a healthy appetite for the. nourishing food which the nurses prepare for it hourly. The baby's menu consists of a few drops of cream, a few drops of lime water, and a few drops of distilled water. This combination is heated to the proper degree and served a la bottle fashion. . Two nurses are in constant attendance on the little patient, and not one detail of Its comfort is overlooked. Wrapped carefully in soft blankets. and cotton, it Is tucked away in the luxurious incubator of glass and velvet cushions. Mrs. Lockwood Honore was Mrs. Nettie Crosby Richardson. She and Mr. Honore were married in East Brewster, Mass., last summer. The wedding was celebrated at The Pines, the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nickerson of this city. HER IICUBfl

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 26 Feb 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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