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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �' British and Canadian (3) The kind of picture that brings rct^uits-Offensivr on 0am. brad Front. One of the Tanks tempora~ man Second System as it is seen now held by Engliih rifles. . ' :;, � � � (i) Lieut.*Ool. F. C. Jamiescn, C. E. F., in charge of the EaiBternr Division of the British-Canadian Recruiting Mission. (5). British taak''Bntannia," in charge of Capt. Haigh,,performing ncEG- the Municipal Buildings, New York: City, up, over and down"ipiles of debris equal to No Man's Land, much to th6 /satisfaction of thousands of spectators. ; -i (6) Colonel-J. S, Dennis, C.'E. F.,' in charge of the Canadian Contingent of the Bntish-Canadian Recruiting Mission..  (7) Where the recmits are going vto--On the British Western; ..Front in France-Scene &i a Tankdronic. � * (8) Captain P. F. Sise, in charge of tho Intelligence Section of �the British-Canadian Recruiting Mission.- ^ ;' \- ! (9) Brigade General W;. A. White, C. M. G,, officer Command. � ing British and Canadian Recruiting-Mission in U. S. A; i' J 'I ,'CapatlJnn|P-,lF' Sise, Canadian Ovcfsoas MllU iINCE tho. BriUsh 'ilhci; k .RecrBltllJg-M1ifBtoli;unypr|Jr^ t, 'V4ler.aoneral,?.^;^'.A.. �r|ilte. C.M.G.,. startlid Itajlc^nipaftw rtf; cniitB: in tlie UnlwavSlMda^JofefKluno . liJlT,'about 35,0Ws.Brttl^birB,-iiml [('JainadlaDs liava-rofP^red ftJieinitslVes Irolimtarilj' for Borvl�ry Force, Is in charge pf.tfteiHub rtcltyj' and > Intelligence '^seotipnivwltli headquarters In Ncw;.Tork. A^l'the dlvision-s *ro uiiUcr lirlgadlor-Gonoral White;- whoso headquarters .�)��, at 5U Fifth Avenue, NnwYork, and the njlssion Itself is a part of tho British War Mission. V^', - Among the commisslonetl.and-non-ooniralsslonod ' offlcnrs and > prt^vates hard at Work every dayar^ nijiny who have fought in France ,aBd helped make Canadian 'valor?'sq';.well known, that SecrPtary'oT Stat^n^n-slng of the l/nltHd States recently'de-clared. that if ilip i aoWler^ , of,.ted � big 1 PoHeuce of Great Brltnln and Canada d^lve for recruits and .^^^^ bending!t� fniinlne soldiers, and the er S to- wcurTng 20,0<�0 laUdUlpiyal fa.;t that the Wted Stat�f all their............ men In the next two monthsi ijUnder the terms of (he International;;draft: convention betweei) the Un'ltQUVajtBtes; and Great Urltaiti,'nllBrUlshflWiand. Canadians in tho Unltod'States%)?e-twMn the ages of tw?nty.''*n^:);Wrtyi years, Incluslvfi Ijavo: lxty.*'C4*y� after tha.slsning of tlWiCflnj/fiiillon'In which to volnntee/ for- eltlisrct'io rirlL'Tii or Canadian Arnjy'':��,J'orp �iW 8tat�� Army. Citlaens of tho Uultnd States In Groat Britain,or Canada be-i twnen twenty-one and , thirty-one years have the same time lu which tol volunteer for service in tho Uhito'd States Army or be drafted Into the] British or Canadian Army, Tho oon^ ventlon has been signed by. Lord �Reading. British Apibas^ador'to the' United Sta^e3, and Secretary, Lansing fippreoentlng the United States. It "Bow goes to Parliament and to ttie *nlto(l .SlaJtcs S,BMate for'ratUica'tloa Since the news" of th'lis con^pptldp' Iks - been so widely ' dlsserolnatMl larper nupabers of Britishers .and Canadians have been .pfferlngt thofr services at the vtrlous recruiting do-potaln the United SUU�s'. � BrlpudierrOeneral' White makes.lh* point that owing to the longer ex llfte Us hands full Irv training Us flrftftoa men, any Britisher-..or Canadian who really desires to odd to the man powef of the Allies quickly caa do so by volunteering for either'the Brlllsh or Canhdlan Army.--A nwm, her of Canadlnnt) have been''enlisted In United States, sent,, to the trpnt, "done-thoU' bit, and baeu lu-vuliacd home, ull within six months ,'.....'iClfe^iit'...... ;