HAS MOTOR CYCLE REGIMENT.
The New York Times
April 25, 1914
"Death-Defying" Volunteers Are Offered From Arizona.
Special to The New York Times.
WASHINGTON, April 24.—Among offers for service in case of war with Mexico Senators Borah and Brady of Idaho received this to-day from Charles W. Dempster, formerly of Idaho, now living at Wickenward, Ariz.:
"I have offered the President a regiment of death-defying, motor cycle riding volunteers. Being somewhat experimental, but absolutely practical, the possibilities are unlimited."
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