WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION.
The programme arranged by the tutorial class department of the University of Ade laide for free public lectures to be given in the Anatomy Theatre of the University
under the aegis of- the Workers' Educa tional Association:— This evening, 'The Suez CanaL Its Place in World Affairs,' by Mr. H. Burton, MA.; October 16. 'The Kellogg Peace Pact,' by Mr. H. Burton, MX; October 23. 'The -Present Economic Depression in SA. and the Way Out.' oy Mr. A. L. G. McKay, Mi, MJ3c.; October 31, 'A Search for Econo mic Equilibrium,' by Mr. H. G. Oliphant, Dip. Ec.; November 7, 'Research Work in 'Psychology as I' Saw It in London,' by Dr. E. A. Allen. Customer— 'Bacon and eggs; the eggs not too hard and_ the bacon rather crisp. Battered toast without too much butter, and iced tea without too much ice.' Waiter— Yes, sir. Is there any special design yon would like on the dishes?'