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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

HI . THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 ' 7 s .lf II Historical Data Now Being it Assembled Under Direction of Ogden 'Men IJ II According to the recent count of tho jjr II ex-service men in Weber county, over lY I eighteen hundred went Into some I I branch o the service. Of this num- ili ber, about fourteen hundred are cred- ;H iteel to Ogden. This count was taken 1 1 in arranging for the book "Weber County in tho World War," a publica- itjlH tion by the A. L. Scovilio Press. Ac- ( cording to Charles S. Noble, htorlani I for the book' lhero be In the neIsh H borhood of a thousand pictures avail- H able to make the book complete, with a list of the names of other men who have left the locality and with whom tho historian is unable to get in touch, jjl While figures are not yet available I I as to the ward of the city supplying hi the most .men, it is learned that, cou- l H trary to tlie general impression that i H the name "Jones' is tho most common, 1H there are several mo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

I - 8 . THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 IErance's Share Five Cruisers Hand Ten Destroyers, Half ' German, Half Austrian : PaSriS, April 6, (Freuch "Wireless i Service.) Particulars of the distribu tion of enemy warships among the al lied countries have just been published here. France's share, which is 10 per cent of all the tonnage of all captured ejieniy ships with the exception of sub marines, represents 92,000 tons, hsilf of" which is in German ships and Iho remainder in Austrian vessels. Flve cruisers and'ten destroyers are allotted to1 France and the same num ber of cruisers and destroyers to Italy. Prance will receive the cruiser Bmden. k Forty submarines now in French ports 1 also are allotted to France and of these ten may be put into service. France is the only power to which the privilege of using captured sub marines has been granted. Paul BIgnon, under-secretary of ( state for the mercantile marine, de clares that Germany, in abandoning her claim to the 200...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

f maimmBs THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920. 9 H College Tracksters Prepare for 1920 Season I III Utah Aggies Expect ll To Take State Honots Jl In Annual Track Meet il Sayman Kerr and "Bunk" Brown Expected to Stage Nip and Tuck Battle in Middle Distance Runs; Coach I Roberts Confident IH W Collegiate track and field siars of ! Utah are now in training for the state It i intercollegiate games which will bo 1 I M leld at Provo, May 8, This year the I J 'I three schools, University of Utah, the I V111 -Assies and the Brigham oung IH I'Hhorsity will haVe exceptional ath- H letcs in the fray and old records estab- I Uabtd years ago are expected to go b. the boards. JH At the University of Utah, Coach mm 1 omniy Fitzpatrick will have an array c( stars that should be able to slime i H during the reason. Although the "U" H iave fevv veterans in' harness Salt H Lake fans expect the hilltoppers to H lake the state meet. On the other hand H Coach Romney of the Aggies can sec- B noth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

BH IbBh BBl BH H 10 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 192C . ' . H NEW YORK, April 6. A few lead ers were slightly lower .it the opening o today's slock market, hut in gen oral yesterday's late rally was ma terially extended. Steels, equipments and motors were the strongest fea tures, Crucible making an enrly ad anco of almost six points, white Bald win Locomotive, Studebaker and Inter- v national Motor were one to three points higher, respectively. Food shares added substantially to recent gains, especially sugar and corn prod ucts Oils lagged at the outset but Improved within the first half hour oh extensive buying of Pan-American Petroleum. Assurances of easy money, which1 were borne out by the opening rate of six per cent for call loans, gave the market much of its momentum during the morning. General Motors was the only recent leader to hold back, the ad vance embracing a wide variety of I issues. Shippings and metals wee affiled to the strong slocks but fr.ecu lativeinte...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

f" THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ' TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 11 i III r forIsauT I u iMf'm TO nmkc immediate sale. 6 loom frame l lHl house, lot 64xl9S feel. $1500. $100 down. rR I balance $20 a month. 2155 "Wall avcmij Ittffil ONE acre, well located north of Ogden rycr; 'oot, water right. Terms. M. It ft I Show. 413 Twenty-fourth street. Phones 1 I IbO.T nnd 2S77-J. 205 l $oooo roo:n brIc'' modern, paved street, I 1 H Elg'hl room hriclc. modern. $0400. Bj 1 'M Five room brick, garage, chicken house, I strictly modern sleeping porch. $7500. ? ' Flyo room brick, modern, S4700. I I 1 000 harsains for from ?2G00 to $30.- I I Phono 2023. 2731 Madison avenue. 1SS I I JlOR SALE IX POCATELLO VATLET. I j The little granary of the west, where 40 I and 50 bushels of Turkey Red wheat per I ' M are in common. I have 320 acre farm for I 5 at $25 per acre, all fenced. Improvo- I mcnts: ! Four room house worth,.... 5 500 It 2n cistern 50 j rJHfli Wagon and water tank 1000 ; is lM One sot harrows 35 f M One w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

I v' ' to tatt&arb-feamwr oaDEN mjM ' I TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 192G . OGDEN, UTAH J I Final Sessions of L. D. S. Conference Being Held Today Ii (By Stiff Correspondent.) SALT LAKE, April 6. Final ses sions of tho general confcrcnco of tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ' Saints arc being held today, with large' 1 congregations assembled In the tnbor- j nack. The sessions today celebrate tho ninetieth anniversary of tho or ' ganizatlon of tho church, which was ! effected in the state of New York on ' April 6, 1S30. Addresses delivered by tho church ( officials yesterday doalt with loyalty and obedience to tho laws of both tho i nation and tho church. Tho large tab 1 ernaele was filled to capacity at both ) sessions, j President Grant Presides. The congregation, under tho dircc- J tion of Prof. Anton C. Lund, with Prof. J. J. McClollan at the great or ! gan, sang: "Wo Thank Thee, Oh God. , for a rrophet," and "High on the Mountain Top." John Robinson ren dered tho solo. "Tho Vall...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

Ill F I WEATHER FORECAST A if dhfa'tfV " '1 '"V 'Yflf 'Vtf'fcV Quite often the most Interesting I - 7 il Fnir tont3ht and Thursday; ex- i I ) H B 1 I I F 1 I I i X 1 ffi ESfc I Ai 111 IAS I I lM IL i l IIIIIII7I news of the day is to be found In , ftfl cept probably snow and colder 111 If I 1 I M I I ZTj f H B 1 1 1 11 1 1 P 7111 Illlllr 1 tho want-ad section. Jlj 'n northwest portion Thursday. yLP J I'Wf VVV Ste' W k H t'JV' ' jH jj Fiftieth Year-No. 84 Price Five cents OGPEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1920 LAST EDITION 4 P. M. 'H If ' JOHNSON II I LOSE OUT J jl H Big Four Uninstructed Dele- gation Rolls Over All Op- H position in Results I HERBERT HOOVER IS ALSO UNSUCCESSFUL I Socialist Mayor of Milwaukee ' I Is. Reelected by Large Ma- j jority Over Opponent j " NEW YORK. April 7. New York ' state's "big four" uninsLructcd dele gation to the Republican national j . convention rolled over the opposition of former State Senator William M. Bennett, pledged to the preside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I I 2 "fHE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920 1 I: FEWER PERSONS ! ! JOIN GHURGHES Small Increase in Protestant Membership Takes Place in i i 5 1919, Figures Show ' - NEW YORK, April 7. The smallest! increase in Protestant membership lu 'Ibirty years is recorded for 1910 in! statistics compiled by Dr. H. K. Car-j roll, who prepared the first official t t'ensus of religions, and made public' The Christian Herald. The increase Cor 1919 was only 56.000 as compared! with the average increase for the ten jtrars .previous of 771,947. The slump) parted, he said, in 1918, which show-: tl an increase of only 155,000 mem-J hjrs. Tho hitherto most prosperous de 1 nominations in the United Stales ; Showed the following decreases for the year: Methodist Episcopal C9,9in, Presbyterian (U. S. A. Northern) 32," OS: Disciples of Christ 17,6lo; Mc'.h- odist Episcopal (south) 1B.010; North An Baptist convention .0156; National i Baptist convention 35,007; Prcsbylc-; rjan (LT. S. A. southern) 8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

'jE 4 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, '1920 ' . ,1 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER I" PUBLISHING- COMPANY i Jl Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah 1 ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening except Sun- day, without a muzzle or a club. .Subscription in Advance One Month $ -75 One Year : .?9.Q0 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. IB j I FROM OGDEN TO HONOLULU BY WIRELESS. J I Ten years ago mysterious forces were at work, carrying mes- H sages on unseen wings through space, and people wondered at the , M newly jfound power which seemed to reach on high and command I ! I an energy apart from earth, fl Today, the mystery is placed among the common things which JH serve the purposes of man. I H - . . Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRH.T 7, 192CP '3 , H filillP Tie CNVr dollars down and cacli mouth for a shor'. PI BjHlB time that you pay for a beautiful Victrola could Kg LfiFlSI not sncul bettor advantage. You arc spend' IgJ Krl??r ' n, im,cn nnywny for amusemonls and other r Bh8bs things that arc but passing. kH i 111 The Victrola i ; 'i will slay with you a lifetime it will give you last- ! HilaBHw i'ing plcasuro and. make your home happier. You ' mfiP .r'rcally ought to have it in your home. jil9 1 Be the whole audience at a private con- h fll TERMS TO SUIT YOU 5 . lp With 24 I fS' L On Terms as low as j if Call or Write Today M & We specialize on pleasing I ral . - our patrons k ; ' ' " ' ' ' Era ll ' Looside ' Wfai 'Sa RecordJ and Music Rolls r Wjy.'jgF I Jjp 2524 Washington Ave.-Ogden.Utah v JgT" raj I i """"7 'JUST PAST THE ORPHEUM" ' I FRENCH GENERAL TO MEET WITH DENIKINE PARIS, April C (French Wireless Service) General Jlangin and the French, Japanese, Serbian a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

H m 1 1 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920. . 5 II IIOVE andMARglED HEH ,j I Ijij. the noted author I L Idah M (alone bg JOHN" MISCVDJ3RSTAXDS ' H I looked at John's face; it was like M A a p,CCf oC Parchment from out of mmmmW'Jt mv which his eyes blazed, 1 began to 111) H talk faster nnd faster for I had only I ' ne lclea anfl t,iat was to lInlsh tne I fjf explanation. I IH It seemed to me that when -I had , H told him all that ho could not be I H angry any more, for certainly, if I D John loved me, Karl Sliepard had ' jH done hm a RTeat service in savins:, Mj my life. However, the more I talked; H? the more enraged bo become, i S I grew afraid: the words would not' ! JH come; stood and looked at hlruj HI dumbly. l mm Hp. came over to me and placed j BJ his hands on my shoulders with a J H grasp so strong that 1 winced with H pain as he pulled mo from the chair, H and T stood face to face with tiim.j il "Toll me, tell me," he said thick-; H) ly, "what is there between y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I I 6 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920 I! STINE'S WIFE j GIVEPLDSVORGE List of Alleged Cruelties Re counted by Attorney's Wife : In District Court On March 1, last, Judge A. W. Agcc i rigaed n decroc of divorce, which be comes final after that date in the caao i of Gonovieve Stinc vs. David L. Stinc, ; attorney of Ogdon. In the complaint which substantial- ly became the rindlnpa of fact, the f vkKe made assertion that she had no i means wherewith to prosecuto the ac ' tion, or pay the attorney's fees and that her husband's present income i was about $5000 a year and in a short ) time would mount to between ?10.00U and 15,000 per year; that she had to ! submit for years to cruel Inhuman treatment causing her great bodily ! harm, and great mental distress, and ! that particularly on Sunday. Novem ber 10 3017 "he grabbed her around ' the throat choking her. and throwing i h.er upon tho floor." She contends that i drfendant-was guilty of a mean vindlc the temper, and that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I 1 l THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY,-APRIL 7, 1920 - 7 H H , LAST TIMES TODAY ( PICKFORD 1 B THE imiE SHEPHIR0 I! 0F MGDOM COME J Bj I OGDEN Theatre STARTING- TOMORROW Kathryn MacDonald H The Beauty Market' H 1 Csrdi Parf.y and DANCE Br h Given by I j . w. o. v--. I At.Voodman of World Hall Thursday Evening April S H I 50c A COUPLE ! EXTRA LADY 25c Bj H Everybody Come (j H J""" BramwelY's" ""j I Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets Hj and everything for the office jj ljOffice Supplies Hr I Fr Subscription and Advertising B Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM REFERENCES ' Press feeder wanted. Neutebooin Printer"- 213 t;iC5 Addrc Dr. Reese of Salt Lake spoke last evening -at a meet ing of tlic RIverdalc .local -farm bu reau. addressinG' the members on cure of the mother and the compensation bill for mothers. This is part of a series of health lectures to .be given principally by Dr. Raphael Olson of tho .University of Utah. A square deal for everybody. Low est prices; latest stylec Fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

' 1 8 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD ; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 19'2C I II Census Returns Gives J I City's Increase 7,224 I Gam 28.2 per cenf 1 i I Advices from Washington j fl !&st night give Ogden's populsu I ' tioin as 32,804, an increase of I 7,224 r 28,2 per cent This is mM about 100 per cent more than Hj estimated. The per cent of in I flH cjease is gratifying yet the be IBj exsts ere the population III j of the city is more than these 'fit figures. At the time the enu- 1 K ; iterators were at work in the W city, there was much sickness IW and many residences could not , fr be reachced. When the fact was j brought to the attention of the j (I! city and civil officers an effort I'M was made to have the people of I f IRISH PICKETS I j TO I CAUSE . ? Unique Method to Get Prop- ; aganda to English Diplo- fj mats Tkken in Nation's j Capitol. f Mi IH b NO "SKY COPS" ON JOB M J LAND PICKETS HELD In Government Plans Drastic Ac- ft tion to Prevent Insults j ' 1 M To Foreign Diplomats...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I Yl THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920 I ll X - Most lePrd Ine Cbtr ' j : I Y v " ""We Let You Know What I f ' The Chandler Price Is ; I I ! nHE Chandler Motor Car Company, every since the first Chandler Car I I f was built seven years ago, has, in every advertisement issued to news- I I I I papers and magazines and all other forms of publications, stated the list price I 1 1 of the Chandler Car. " I It states it now, and will continue to do so. There is good reason, out 1919, with all its production greatly oversold, held to its price. H I I for this and many thousands of motor car owners know it This is - ' H I ! reason: The Chandler Six is the most closely priced fine car in the The Chandler Six of today is a highly perfected development of H I whole medium priced field. b ' ' the Chandler Six of seven years ago, which started the trend to- I I Look through the pages of this paper or a magazine that may ward lightweight sixes. All the engineering skill and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I First Olsiss Atlilctic 'Field For )n A till est I I City Commission To Aid Students of City . In Perfecting Grounds New Park Will Be One of the Best in the Western Part of the United States; Students to Declare Holiday to Aid in Clc anup Work.' I At last Ogden will have a first class athletic park. Plans started some time ago by tho live wires of Ogdeu have at , last matured and the work on the new i park will be started next week if I weather conditions will permit. Ogdeu i for a number of years has been with-1 , out a first class athletic park and with the grounds at Twenty-ninth and Mon rofc now alloted by the city for ath letic purposes, tho athletes of Ogden high and Weber Normal will no long er want for a training field. If Old Sol will glitter forth for a few days this week the ground will be brok en during the early part of the coming week, according to Mayor Frank Fran cis. Both Weber Normal academy and, Ogden high school will declare holi-j days during the week and aid I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

. . , LI THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, I9Z0 11 fl'H I f SALT LIKE WIS OPENING CONTEST I fl HH BEARERS Id I Bill Rumler Starts Bees to I! Victory in First, Inning by If Hitting a Home Run I SALT LA KB CITV, April 7. Bill I Rumler, the Pacific Coast league's I leading1 hitter in 1919, was the chief I factor in. the initial 10 to G victory of I the Bees over the Portland Beavers I here yesterday. Rumler snapped the I first ball offered by Pitcher Poulson L' oycr the left field wall, thus giving the : K- 3008 three runs in the opening spasm. The Beavers added a tally in th second, while Ihc Bees raced ovcrthCj platter on five occasions In this frame. i u Two fast double plays marked the i 1, fielding work of the Bees. Stroud, ! !j on (he slab for Salt Lake, was hit I hard, but his mates kept ihe score down when the invaders threatened. McCredie used four slab men in at tempting to stem the tide. I It is estimated that 6,000 fans j bj-aved the cold to witness the openor. ! Th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

I 1 12 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, I92C I ; -STATE ANDJDABO NEWS" J 1 Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State ISALT LAKE GETS f DRAINAGE MEET 1 Next Annual Convention of ;j 'Irrigation Congress to be Held in January I SILT LAKE, April 7. The next an j nltal convention of the Utah Irrigation I and Drainage congress will bp held in j S&U Lake in the first week of January, 1 1"?21, according to a decision reached j ata conference of officers and dlrcct 1 j or?' last evening. 1 &- Kleinsschmlrlt presided in the J a4cnce of President K. G. Peterson oi j the- Utah Agricultural collese. presd I deiu of the congress. There will b a. J two-day session in 1921, one day being J cbjiioted to irrigation problems and one ! Vt to drainage. It was also decided J lfr;jubllsh the proceedings of the nn j irpal meetings to date, for the years j I'M 7. IMS and 1H2U. and distribute J them to all canal companies and oth .1 era interested. No convention was held j liU-191'j b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

HI " ! Hi A ' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 192a 13 ' 1 f Daily Market Report Hvf WALL STREET. ji NEW YORK, April 7. Motors and, Ipm steels dominated the active opening1 of kJ' today's stock market, supplementing iPjji for the most part yesterdays substan tia tial gains. Studebaker was the out 'gli standing feature as a result of the H' 33 2-3 per cent stock dividend declared' Hi yesterday. The first transaction in that' mm; issue comprised one block of IS.OOOj ay, shares at 119 down to 117. an extreme III overnight rise of 8 points. United' Ml States Steel was again heavily traded) W in, its Initial offering being 10,000 I! shares at 106, unchanged. Equipments, g! oils, shippings, coppers, food shares. I and miscellaneous issues -were 1 to 2 l points higher. I W"4 ly during the morning, regardless of It heavy profit-taking, sales of the firyt hour approximating 500,000 shares, fl Studebaker extended its advance to . almost 125 and other features of pro nounced strength ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 April 1920

fr " " " i I I l4 THE STAND ARD-EXAMTNER WEDNESDAY, APRIL! 7, 192CJ ' J ui'iuinujwiijiimimmijunii iiiiiw n m""mi j"" - -i i miiBii nnnm n I mum uti iniiim I nnninriTrnm The Standard's U. A. C. Bureau Articles of Interest to Farmers, Housekeepers and Others J Written for The Standard by Experts at Utah's Noted J Agricultural CollegeatJLogan j H OPPORTUNITIES FOR UTAH CELERY. I ; By DR. M. C. MERRILL, n ' Professor of Horticulture, V. A. C i H Tho readers of Uie Ogdcn Standard H : Examiner arc undoubtedly very much H interested in the splendid opportunl H ties that await the future of Utah eel- II cry. All of you arc surely familiar I TVith the excellent merits of our home I grown aelery, and many of you arc in I a position to grow the product and I otherwise exert a beneficial influence I upon the Industry. I On an Overland Limited train pull I ing out of Chicngo for the west v. ere I two congenial travelers. One was a i H traveling salesman with headquarters! I J in Chicago, the oth...

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