PATIENTS AND PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I shall he most grateful if you will allow me the privilege through your columns to remind Hie friends of'the. Patients atuf Prisoners' Aid Society, who have in past years ro nobly responded to my Christmas appeals on behalf of the dependent,; of the prison, the patient, and the poor. 1 should 'like ulus year, in th«‘ir name, to give some email gift, to th--little folk who are without their father, whether he is in prison or some local medical institution, or has ly’cn out of work for a long timo on account of sickness. This can only be dorm if funds are forthcoming. My coni mi toe will lie most grateful if. then, any amounts, large or • .mall, are sent to Mr E. R. Smith, lion, treasurer, 9 Water street; or myself, 250 Great King street.. Give what you can to tho fund, for the happiness of the unhappy and lor the greater happiness of (Uir own hearts ami homes. It is wilhii. your power to cause. som« of the sunshine of life to shine iu at least a small way upon tho;:- T represent, and on whose behalf 1 appeal. Please remember the great saying "And the greatest of these is charity."—l am. etc.. Francis George Gemming. December 5.
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PATIENTS AND PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY., Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914