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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

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November 1908.

Mon 2. 5th time to up see miss Roberts, was sunday nov 11. PM Took her to the "majestic theater" to hear R.C. Evans preach. Subject "What is man" first sermon of the season in the majestic.

Tue 3. Miss Bertha Winders {19 yrs old.} won in the walking race. Time 1.17.10 Miss Maide Peel second 1.19.40. Miss Mimmie Prince third 1.20.20. Mrs Bertha Grifeth 4th of (illegible) 1.20.25. no of miles to walk 7 1/4

Sat 21. "Started a little change in Living". It reads, "regularily" leaving table feeling though I could eat a quite a bit more. Eat nothing or going to bed. chew food well. And eat nothing of any (illegible) between meals. Eat at 3 different times through the day divided equaly, of time as near as possible. Just to see how long I can keep it. Written and to be started by Russel L Melhay / 39 Queen East - {Torenth?}. Standard from my breakfast - a pretty late one from 20 minutes after ten a.m.

sat 21st of november 1908. I hope I can keep it. I {illegible} I or anybody else will be benefited by following it. Yours R. {five small verticle rectangles drawn} 139 Queen East, Toronto.

Fri. Nov 27. Miss Roberts age. 20 yrs 2nd of sept. 1908. 6 time up to see Miss Roberts took her to the Majestic Theater to hear R.C. Evans. Subject - I fell, is it {illegible}

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