Burges company recruits (pt 2).
to at George Bell, jr.. for military bands to tie lead the parades, which will start i Saturday night. Burcfji C ompany iiets 11. the The Burges company' received the arranging Leo O. Wren. 114 2 East Nevada. William K. Homan. 908 Octavia. Will O. Wood. 224 Trust buildin*. Boyd J. Dietrich, 1219 North El Paso. K. O. Helm, T. M. C. A. Libert Flanagan. 1214 Laurel. Will Harrison, 721 East Rio Grande. R. Baker, Hotel Paso del Norte. D. W. Dardgn, 1025 Myrtle. Woolford Swanson, 1900 Magoffin. Gus Momsen, jr., 1501 Magoffin. of 1 the are ten the Two sub stations were opened up-! town Friday by the Burges company j to work in connection with the main C. recruiting station located in the lobby' of the chamber of commerce. The substations are at. the jOregon street to the Mills buildinsr. Will A. Wood in charge, and at the Y. M. C. A., a and at the Y. Cooper McKemy, clerk. Nine More Secured. Among the recruits secured by the Colly'-Lippman company were: Russell A, Smith, Courchesne, Tox. I paid