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Will you help the National Tribute to Lord Roberts? The £500,000 NATIONAL TRIBUTE FUND TO PERMANENTLY ENDOW The Lord Roberts’ Memorial Workshops throughout the Country where men permanently disabled on active service can work and earn an honest living. The Lord Roberts’ Memorial Workshops is the National and most practical way of finding work at good wages for those who have fought for us and have the right to work again. It is a sound business concern-not a charity. No cause could be more worthy £20,740 has been paid in wages £48,583 during 1916. These of your support and no tribute to disabled men and dependents figures speak for themselves and to our Greatest Soldier could be during 1916. There has been a show the great practical utility more practical. trade turnover of of the scheme. 1,029 badly disabled men have already been admitted to the Workshops. Will you send in a donation to-day? THE TRIBUTE FUND is now nearly Aalf completed, thanks to the generosity of tens of thousands of people throughout the world who loved Lord Roberts and appreciate this sound tribute to his memory.. It is hoped to complete the Fund this year. Will those who are helping please do their best in organizing entertainments and collections, and, if the public will aid this most worthy cause by subscribing generously, the problem of finding work for our soldiers or sailors permanently disabled on active service will be partially solved. E VERY penny that you give goes to swell the capital sum that can make these Workshops self-supporting by providing them with the plant and premises which are as necessary in this case as they are to any ordinary manufacturing concern. NO RED TAPE, NO DELAY. The man starts at £L per week, and keeps every penny of his pension. What you give does not merely alleviate a passing phase of distress; it helps to ake safe and happy the future of our disabled men now and after the war. Make Cheques payable to Major-General The Lord Cheylesmore, K.C.V.O, Chairman, The Lord Roberts’ Memorial Fud, 122, Brompton Road, London, S.W.1. Faeuri.s at land. Fly.mht. Drihshs, Celshsar, irkiagh., Nasttisam, liverpesl, Dradfrd, Newmcsdl, Edis.rsh ad seima. The Lord Cahelemme, K.CV.O., a!frmn. Rt. Hio.. Sb Fredk. Mdlner, Bart., P.C., Hoa. Treasorer. Major Tudor Craim Cdspbler. Charles Frederick Higham, Homorary Appea Organser. ? SEND A DONATION TO-DAY PLEASE. The Pictures show disabled men at work in the shops Come and e them at work, it will do you good.



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Issue 4093. - Vol CLI

Sep, 29 1917

Illustrated London News