OUR DEBT TO THE BELGIANS.
TO THE iIDITOIi. Sir, —I have pleasure in following thu good example efet by a correspondent in Saturday’s ‘Star,’ although X inn not ableto send quite so much _as he has done. I enclose £5 as a contribution to the Belgian relief land, and also m a slight acknowledgment of the debt which I personally owe, "along with every other citizen of the British Empire worthy <$ the name, to that heroic people whose resistance, coming at the time it did, will, X believe, save thousands of British live* and millions of British money, I hope to continue this as a monthly contribution while the war lasts. I myself am a few years over the age limit for enlisting, while my two eons are not yet in their teens, so that they are denied the privilege of going to the front, while I am denied the honor of seeing them go. I am glad, therefore, to be able to help in this wav at least. —I am, etc.. A Debt of Honor. January 6,
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OUR DEBT TO THE BELGIANS., Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915