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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta British and Canadian ing in At a Tankdrome! M3 1 - ' ^o",..... ie,v ^5 (1) Recruiting in New York-Joe Taylor calling for volunteers for the British ,and Canadian armie/s from the deck of the famous tank Britannia. (2) Where the call for recruits comes from-On the British West-Front-Scone at a Tankdrome. i (3) The kind of picture that brings recruits-Offensive on Oam-brai Front. One of the Tanks temporarily hung up in the Qer. 1 nuan Second System as it is seen now held by English rifles. (4) Lieut.-Col. F. C. Jamiescn, C. E. F., in charge of the Eastern ' Division of the British-Canadian Recruiting Mission. (5) British taak ''Britannia," in charge of Capt. Haigh, performing nerir the Municipal Buildings, Hew York City, up, over and down piles of debris equal to No Man's Land, much to the , satisfaction of thousands of spectators. (6) Colonel J. S. Dennis7, C. E. F., in charge of the Canadian Contingent of the British-Canadian recruiting Mission. (7) Where the recruits are going to-On the British Western Front in France-Scene ej; a Tankdrome, (8) Captain P. F. Sire, in charge of the Intelligence Section of the British-Canadian Recruiting Mission. (9) Erigade General \7. A. White, C. M. G., officer Commanding British and Canadian Recruiting Mission in U. S. A' far 1 p,., 7,?:' "SIS J" ft V 41 i* -J- I IN-CR ,h� Brit�Hh and Canaan! P. F. Si,e, Canadian (her. (Itl^s o the^l^trd dier-Gcneral AV. A. whi S1MJK mo BriuKn ana JT";1:"''' ' ;rT,T ,haree of the Pub-States in Groai Dritain .or CRr.ada be Recruiting MiSHion, under Uriga- ' taiy Force, u in charge oi me u, ------- ...... ' di�r-Goneral  AV. A. White. Micity anil Intelligence sect CM.O... started Its campaigti for re- i headquarter* in Xow Tioik licitv' and lnt^.li�ence section, with . tween twenty-one and tlm-ty-one|| -  All the yrars have the same tun.: In which to>y� IJnltodi whose headquarters are at;States Army or be drafted into tliep ......i,.,. i>r:...,,iinr-(;eiiepi11 volunteer lor service in tno fcruits in the fulled States, tp .Hme . Jm -inn �i� uii'.ei Ij"(i�>ller "c . 0i,.,, A_____ ,,,,,,,, , 1 J 5f ) liiac * ftF hard at work every day are many; flow goes About three-quarters of the re- \ who have fought in France and hclp-j Onifnrt Staci>s Senate lor ratificatioaj Jtruits seetyed have gone into tlta, ed make C'unadiaii valor so well Since the llews of this convention" afiCanadian Kx|�?diliouory Force. Hie! known liiaT Ho.retary 'ol' State 1 -an- lioa been so widely disserainateii Bibalance going in the British Army.'.aini? of the I'niied States recently de- larger numbers of Uritishers and p?4,W'Tlie worh of the Mission in th" I dared thai if th� aoldlcra of the Cam-Minns have been offering their riWrffll.'ni.t?(i States has hnd a very impor 1 l.'nited Stai�(t tmcsune as good soidiars:service ��.:(' .vn third.-; of the.officers engaged in! Iirij;adiet-Che ih'-ty depots, located in variousi onel Dennis have )wti E'.aned a big perienc.'nf Creal Rritniu aud Canada i;.sns of the 1'nii.ed States, are C'Jina-; drive for recriii!.-* and are bending In trainiiiK -.oldierj:. and owing to the ;di:tns. The ranking officer of the jail tln-ir .lie.is to uscuring 20, COO addition:'.! fa.-t that the United Stater iCani.dian contiiiRftnt is Colonel .7. S.|ine;i in tlic next two months. L'nilT its hands full in training' it: �io'niiin. f.E.F. He is also'second in 'the terms of ibe international draft. i drafted men, any Britisher .or Cana-;:i;(jinniand of the Mission. .'eonvenlion b�iv.ecn tiie (inited States \ "isn wi;o really desires to add to tb� Lieutenant-Colonel F. C. Jamiehon, .and Creat Uritain, all Britishers and iman liowef of the Allies quickly cas |:r".T3.F.. is in charge of the Eastern ; Canadian... in n,. Ctiited'States bc-ido 'in by volunteerinB for either the Major A. AV. Owen. C.E.F.,!tween the agr-:, of twenty and forty ; IBritihh or Canadian Array. A mini .......... commanding the Western j years. inc|us:v Al � at ;