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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 27, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 5, NO. 76 Chicago, Monday, December 27, 1915 398
CENSUS BUREAU HOLDS
BACK FIGURES
No Statistics On Number of Mothers Employed-
Mortality Among Infants In Steel Towns Greater
Than In Residential Center No Basic ,
Reasons Presented
BY GILSON GARDNER
Washington, Dec 27. Because
the officials of the census bureau
have decided against the publication
of the most important statistics col
lected in the 1910 census nobody in
the United States knows how many
fathers or how many mothers there
are in the country; nobody knows
how many mothers are forced to go
out into the industrial struggle to
2iejp support their.amJBes;p?hodyi
knows how much unemployment
there is in the United States; and no
body knows howt- many capitalists
and owners of industry there are
compared with wageworkers.
And because the census officials,
strangely enough, selected the sta
tistics of most interest to the work
ers as those which it would NOT pub
lish (because it did not have funds
enough to publish all statistics col
lected)the children's hureau'finds i$
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