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LABOR ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING FOR LABORING FAMILY-(Continued)

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00.36 | 00.44 Frocks,

| 02.20 03.33 03.33 03.53 03.33 02.40.02.67 02.13 02.07 02.40 02.87 | 02.73 | 02.47

00.39 00.59 00.56 00.40 00.44 00.36 00.34 : 00.40 00.48 | 00.46 | 00.41 0.13 1 02.67 CLOTHING OF CHILDREN OF NINE YEARS Shirts,

01.10 01.67 01.17 01.77: 01.67 01.20 01.33 01.07 01.03 01.20 01.43 | 01.37 01.23 | 01.07 | 01.33 Drawers

01.37 02.08 01.46 02.21 02.08 01.50 01.67 01.33 01.29 01.50 01.79 01.71 01.54 01.33 01.67 Trousers

01.67 02.78 02.39 02.94 02.94 02.36 02.17 02.42 02.81 | 01.94 01.83 02.36 02.83 02.83 01.69
Blouses

01.33 02.22 03.02 02.36 02.36 01.89 01.73 01.93 i 02.24 01.55 01.47 | 01.89 02.27 | 02.27 | 01.36
LODGINGS
HOUSES

19.97
08.33 16.67 16.67 48.33 11.17 24.33 21.90 29.50 23.27 22.10 | 14.33 | 21.83 | 24.40 | 35.00

| Light

02.00 02.50 03.00 02.10 03.80 03.00 03.00 02.50 04.2002.70 02.90 03.60 | 02.90 | 03.10 | 03.10 SANITATION Soap.

08.00 06.00, 07.90 10.90 07.20 , 06.60 06.00 05.70 05.50 02.80 06.2006.30 05.40 | 04.90 | 04.80 Bathing

22.40 | 37.33 17.07 56.53 35.20 28.80 18.13 : 57.60 13.87 43.73 | 20.27 | 36.27 | 16.00

INFANTS' CLOTHING
Shirts

21.33

Total
Index

193.29 185.18 285.09 313.53 294.82 287.43 274.47 262.65 245.79 294.23 208.72 263.01 241.90 295.91 225.07 70.00 67.00 103.00 113.00 106.00 104.00 99.00 95.00 89.00 106.00 75.00 95.00 87.00 107.00 81.00

Articles N.L. Oax. Pue. Zro. S.L.P. Sin. Son. Tab. Tamps Tlax. Ver.

Yuc.

Zac. D.F. D.N.) D.S.
FOOD

B. Cal. B. Cal.
Corn.

10.00 11.00 09.00 07.00 10.00 04.00 10.00 10.00 09.00 07.00 09.00 08.00 09.00 | 11.00 16.00 08.00
Wheat, 10.00 08.80 07.40 08.00 11.60 18.40 10.60 18.00 08.60 08.60 11.00 20.00 09.80 | 06.40 | 10.60 | 11.00
Beans. 02.80 04.40 03.20 01.40 02.40 04.20 06.60 05.40 03.60 02.40 04.60 04.40 02.00 02.40 06.00 06.80
Rice

03.00 03.70 '02.60 03.60 03.80 02.80 05.00 03.20 03.60 03.00 03.60 03.80 03.40 02.80 02.0002.70
Meat

35.00 46.50 56.00 37.00' 42.50 39.50 24.50 25.50 33,50 45.00 48.50 56.00 32.00 | 42.50 50.00 32.50
Milk

11.50 09.00 10.50 07.00 11.50 , 08.00 10.50 12.50 14.50 10.00 10.00 24.50 07.00 11.00 29.00 | 11.00
Sugar 07.20 08.80 07.60 08.40 07.80 | 09.60 09.40 09.00 08.40 09.00 08.60 09.20 07.60
Cofiee. 05.75 03.30 04.25 05.45 05.30 05.45 05.70 06.85 05.00 03.60 04.40 06.40 01.70 04.00 10.00 06.25
Butter 09.50 08.40 09.70 08.60 09.80 06.80 09.30 13.60 09.20 09.30 10.40 10.40 10.40 09.40 10.80 07.80
Red pepper., 04.40 | 03.65 05.70 03.20 03.95 02.80 04.95 07.50 05.85 04.45 06.75 05.25 03.60 01.25 05.60 05.50
Vegetables.. 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00 06.00
Salt.

00.35 00.60 50.00 45.00 50.00 30.00 50.00 45.00 40.00 40.00 60.00 25.00 40.00 45.00 | 01.50 30.00
Coal
12.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 - 10.00 06.00 : 16.00

16.00 ! 12.00 22.00 06.00 | 08.00 | 16.00

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ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING FOR LABORING FAMILY-(Continued)
Articles N.L. | Qax. , Pue. Zro. ' S.L.P. | Sin. | Son. / Tab. ITamps Tlax. | Ver. Yuc. Zac. D.F. | D.N. | D.S.
MEN'S CLOTHING
Shirts. 02.24 02.50 02.74 02.74 02.66 02.84 03.66 03.16 02.58 05.16 02.74 03.58 / 02.66 | 02.84 | 04.58 | 02.42
Drawers 02.70 03.50 03.30 03.30 03.2003.40 04.40 3.80 03.10 06.20 03.30 04.30 03.2003.40 05.50 02.90
Blouses. 05.28 04.94 06.44 02.28 06.12 04.88 06.66 03.88 04.72 04.34 03.62 07.38 05.88 06.12 03.88 06.28
Trousers.. 06.34 05.94 07.74 02.74 07.34 05.86 08.00 04.66 05.66 05.20 04.34 08.86 07.06 | 07.34 04.66 07.54
Blankets. 06.66 06.28 07.44 10.44 10.08 13.68 09.92 08.70 03.46 07.86 08.50 05.68 09.94 04.72 | 10.00 07.78
Shoes. 30.00 22.06 26.06 25.66 30.00 33.60 19.64 30.00 28.00 32.24 27.34 27.50 30.84 | 23.34 | 36.66 | 15.84
Felt hats, 09.16 09.28 07.26 06.12 11.38 12.58 08.04 12.78 10.18 09.72 11.86 09.86 | 07.74 | 05.56 | 16.12 | 11.12
WOMEN'S CLOTHING
Shirts 01.35 01.50 01.65 01.65 01.60 01.70 02.20. 01.90 01.55 03.10 01.65 02.15 01.60 | 01.57 02.75 01.45
Underwear. 01.40 01.60 01.50 01.40 01.45 02.45 02.45 01.30. 01.50 01.55 01.40 01.75 01.50 01.50 02.90 01.30
Petticoats.

135.47 / 35.20 | 52.27 | 17.07 19.20 | 32.00 90.67
Total 289.84 253.44 280.82 225.68 281.50 284.03 260.13 234.28 412.36 278.61 335.68 325.30 235.67 276.59 464.22 242.79
Index 105.00 91.00 101.00 82.00 101.00 113.00 94.00 84.00 149.00 101.00 121.00 117.00 85.00 100.00 167.00 88.00

02.45 01.30 01.50 01.55 01.40 01.75 01.50 01.50 02.90 01.30 Blouses.. 01.17 01.33 01.25 01.17 01.21 '02.05 02.04 01.08 01.25 01.29 01.17 01.4601.25 01.25 01.42 01.08 Shoes

10.00 07.36 08.69 08.56 10.00 11.20 06.54 10.00 09.33 10.74 09.11 09.17 10.28 07.78 | 02.22 05.28
INFANTS' CLOTHING
Shirts, 00.30 00.33 37.00 37.00 36.00 38.00 40.00 42.00 34.00 69.00 37.00 48.00 | 36.00 38.00 | 61.00 | 32.00
Frocks. 01.80 02.00 02.20 02.20 02.13 02.27 02.93 02.53 02.07 04.14 02.20 02.87 | 02.13 02.27 | 03.67 | 01.93
CLOTHING OF CHILDREN OF NINE YEARS
Shirts, 00.90 01.00 01.10 01.10 01.07 01.13 01.47 01.27 01.03 02.07 01.10 01.48 | 01.07 | 01.13 1 01.83 | 97.00
Drawers.
Trousers..

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02.64 02.47 03.22 01.14 03.06 02.44 03.33 01.94 02.36 02.17 | 01.81 03.69 02.94 03.06 | 01.94 03.14
Blouses 02.11 01.98 02.27 01.00 02.44 01.96 02.67 01.55 01.89 01.73 01.44 02.96 | 02.36 | 02.44 | 01.55 | 02.51
LODGINGS
Houses 50.00 21.47 15.77 12.50 29.17 51.67 | 19.53 14.43 52.23 13.73 45.63 39.77 12.13 39.27 101.67| 36.67
Light 02.50 03.70 02.70 03.00 02.60 03.00 04.10 '04.00 02.70 02.10 02.20 03.70 | 03.30 | 02.40 | 04.00 | 02.90
SANITATION
Soap. 06.50 05.30 | 05.40 08.10 08.50 05.80 07.20 05.60 05.90 , 05.10 05.00 08.50 ; 07.90 04.50 03.90 19.00
Bathing. 26.67 22.40 | 38.40 21.33 19.20 18.13 21.33

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SUMMARY OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS, 1922
January

31,971
February

24,260 March

31,141 April

35,464 May

49,368 June

64,951 July

47,543 August

14,133 September

98,217 October

99,578 November

97,388 December

.116,082

740,096

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AGE
To six years.
From six to ten years.
From ten to fourteen years.
From fourteen to twenty years
From twenty to forty years.
From forty to sixty years.
Over sixty years....

RACE
White...
Pure native.
Mestizo (mixture of white

with native).
Yellow..
Black
Other races.

NATIONALITY
German.
Spanish
French
English
Italian
Other European
Chinese.
Japanese
Arabian
Other Asiatic.
North Americans.
Mexican...
Guatemalians
Other Central Americans.
Cubans..
South Americans.
Nationality not stated.

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GRADE OF INSTRUCTION
Able to read and write.
Unable to read or write.

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PRINCIPAL OCCUPATION
Agriculture.
Mining Industry
Textile Industry
Leather Industry.

50,733 1,337

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION, 1920—(Continued)

CLASSIFICATION

Excess of | Excess of Immigrants Emigrants Immigra- Emigra

tion tion

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Lumber production. Metallurgy and manufacture of

metals. Pottery Chemical production. Production of food.. Manufacture of clothing. Manufacture of furniture. Construction... Construction of transportation

machinery.. Production and transmission of

power Manufacture of luxuries. Other industries Transportation (land). Telegraph and telephone. Merchants... Military... Marine.. Public Administration. Religious service. Judicial.. Medicine. Science, letters and arts. Landlords... Domestic workers. General designation without

indication of a definite pro

fession..
Under age and disabled.

CIVIL STATUS
Single
Married.
Widowers.
Divorced.
LAST RESIDENCE IN
FOREIGN COUNTRY

(immigrants) FINAL DESTINATION IN FOREIGN COUNTRY

(emigrants)
Germany...
Spain.
France
England
Italy
Other European countries.
China
Japan
Other Asiatic countries.
United States...
Guatemala ..

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