Cooper McKemy--promoted to 2nd lieut., Burges company.
MmmiNseorssT'B ILi FEKT El Paso Attorney is Host To Entire Burges-Loftus Company; McKemy is Made Second Lieutenant of the Company; Men Composing the Organization Among Leading Young Men of City. to cut .1 udge in as- Cross C i'Air’A.W R, First Texas infantry < F. JBurfffeR, commandinijj, is to havo a big watermelon feed tonipht, .ludce A. W. Hawkins has imitod lhf> officers and all the men to be his irucsts at his handsome liomc. U-ir. Uast Rio Grande street, this pvenini,'. and he promises all the melons they can eat. Itawkins has been most active sistinpT in recruiting-, in Red work and in other patriotic efforts. Cooper W. McKemy. former salesman of the Tri-State ^Totor company, hp.s been appointed second lientenant of the company, and Harry Smith, a former sergeant in the 12th United States cavalry, is first sergeant of the company. P'rank A. Loftus is the first lieutenant. F*'ol1owing is a descriptive muster Toll of company fi, first Texas infantry, furnished by ('apt. Richard P. Purges, who said, in presenting it. he thought I lie men of his company should have public credit for the patriotism they have exhibited in giv- injr up good private positions to serve* their count ta ; <'uiiiniinKinnrd | «'aptain. Richard F. Burges. <i 03 West Boulevard, lawyer First lieutenant. Frank A. T.oftus, I'uiversity club, of Pa vis, Coggin & Loftus, lawyers. .'Second lieutenant. C^ooper W. Atc- Kemy, 3 3^1 North Kansas, salesman Tri-State Motor company. H. First sereeant, Harry Smith, formerly sergeant 12th i'. S. cavalry. Suppl>' sergeant. Edward A. Kimball. cirrk quartermaster department I'. S. arrn\. Tilton P. Hennings, 3304 Montana, clerk, postoffice. (‘ari Hill, 131 Paso, railroad trainman. Edward G. Hollidax. 712 North El Paso, with Kroeger, Mayfield ¿¿ Shan. Charles Cí. Hubman, i:i Paso, chauf- feu r. .\dair Humphrey. Amarillo. Tex., salesnuin. Bert \\'. Hutchinson. FI Paso. rook, ('ari A. .lohnson, El F’aso, dairyman. Robert W. .Fones. F"1 Paso, cieik. Frederick C. Lamb. 216 Porfirio Diaz, cit.y chemist. .Joseph Fiejiick Livesay. Anthony, N. M.. with H. Jyesinsky company. John H. T.,orefz, 3113 l*'ederal, with Loretz. T’egram Co. Alfonso G. Ijuna, 915 South Stanton, laborer, .lohn W. Massie, T.,ongview, Tex., fiiemah. .Joseph P. McGrath, El Paso, switchman. Rat Meenan, Great Falls. Mont.. laborer. Frank Miller. .Alpine, Tex., cowboy. Thomas B. Millei-, 3302 Rivera, gas fitter, with El I’aso (T^ras company. Ed Millican, 709 Octavia, carpet cleaner. tius Momsen, 1501 Magofiin, student. Edward N. Montfort, Canutillo, Tex., engineer. Madison L. .Mudd, 911 East Overland, bank clerk. Frank G. Munoz, 3S05 Alameda, clerk Hotel McCoy. Lencho Munoz, 3805 Alameda, laborer. Earl W. Pgden. Oranue. Tex., clerk. FOdward Donald 1 ‘latt. Dunne Boulevard, bookkeeper. R. E. McKee. Bernard Preisman, Alexandria Apts., clerk. .Tames F. Ross. Pecos. Tex., student. Walter P. Saunders. .SI 3 Upson, stenographer, with the Texa.s company. W'illiam 1. Spencer, El Paso, barber. Thomas E. Smythe, JCl Paso, machinist. be in th>has ant, T>. has the mer J. being Deming the and ing H. T will