Cooper McKemy recruiting for Burges company
- GOES I FOB CO. i ME Fig- Lieut. McKemy, Recruiter, Gets 15 Here Quickly corps, military an at veterinary Pie Ariz;., the cavalry not untrained if in United He transport each. least more Baker R. S;et- to to so for Capt. Burges. Nine recruits for company A, 141st infantry, commanded by Capt, R. P. j Burges, wrill be examined Wednesday afternoon at the headquarters of ! Lieut, Cooper McKemy. recruiting of- i ficer, room 502, Tw o Republics build- I jj ing, on Mesa avenue. || Fifteen recruits were secured Mon- ! * day and Tuesday afternoon for the ;' company. Lieut. McKemy hopes to; get a total of 150 recruits while in the city. He left Tuesday afternoon for Las Cruces, N. M., w'here he w'ill interest a number of men in the organization. The campaign for recruits for the organization is based chiefly on the desire to keep the company distinctly an El Paso organization, formed by men of the city and vicinity. Gives Names of Eight. Among the recruits secured thus far are: Adair Humphries, James L. Marr & ! Co.’s office. J. Corboy, Tri-State Telephone Co. Charles ST. Ehler, El Paso smelter. Frank R. Allen. El Paso. T. J. Weston, Wells Fargo Express Co. George P. Pickens, American Gio- cery Co. J. Davis, El Paso.