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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i'i'lfla.v, May ni, I'llK IJmiBJRlDGK DAILY IIKRAil) MO MATTER what it is you want in Men's Wear, form the good habit of saying to yourself: "I'll drop in at .'The 2 M's today and get ---and do it. Do it any time. Do it tomorrow particu- larly. One Dollar will do the work of two in many lines Saturday. Read every line of our will pay yon. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY NINETY-FIVE CENTS' Twenty-live aM'en's Shirts, collars- detiiclied, in all tho iiWost and summer .0-. Tooko and Orescent, style, re.n'ii la r prices 81.25 to On Sale Satni'day 9.5c. MEN'S FINE silOKS, Fifty pairs .Men's Eine Shoes in Talent (Jolt, Velours; Gun etc., regular and values. On Sale Satin-day MEN'S HOSIERY, 25c. Men's. Hosiery iu pure wool, cashmere, lisle, etc., good value at 40c. Sale Saturday 25c. -JUST OPENED TODAY Seventy-five Men's Spring and Summer Suits in the very newest styles and patterns, "highest quality of tailoring throughout. These Suits are good value at and will he placed On Sale Saturday at Special values in FH-Rei'orm Hand- Tailored Suits at and All.Suits finished to measure FREE. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE The 2 M's McKelvie McGuire For Saturday Bargains in Men's Wear. STEERAGEPASSENGERS (Montreal'.Witness) Lawrence a Cambridge University student and a survivor of the disaster, has figured out toe relative chances of rescue accord- ed respectively to'first second class and third class passengers and crew of one of tlie big liners. Tlie ontrast is fconrenhnt slilklng. It slions that the proportions are as fouows Hrsrclass, l> pei cent.; sec- ond class, 39 per cent steeuige, '26.7 per cent and 22' per It would be well sonie one could check Mr Beasfey's iifcuiQs as, if thej ne true they are a condemnation of the management of ocean .travel that cannot be overlook- ed one has anv objection to lustclass all the luxuries compatible with' the safety of the, ship, and second-class passen- gers journejmg with proportionate comfort and convenience but there Is no reason why there should not be eoual provision ma-Jo for the safety of all classes, The third class pass- Bteainship companies In spite of the large passage money, paid foi firsi-class tickets it is really, the third- class traffic on which the companies depend for their very existence. A ship carrying together in her first and second-class cabins live hundred passengers will often have on hoard nearly two thousand immigrants who, even at their cheaper -rate of pass- age, will contribute .more to the cof- fers of the company than the formei classes total between But af- ter all what is this calculation worth? The law of .necagpt. Is without a very considerable collation of dit.i It would for Instance be necessary in this to know whe- tlrei there was not a much laigei proportion of women in the first cab in; also how far tlie difference rose from the grciter intelligence and knowledge of the. circumstances of the more travelled passengers The steerage passengbis upon the Titanic maj prettj nearl) be regard cd as of "the inarticulate classes Slain Of them were gjrians and mem tiers ot other non British races Tour nalists nere so bus> collecting stories from well known people who had been oil the illfated steamer that harrtlv BIG TOBACCO MERGER third class point of uevv would in terest any newspaper reider No one Hamilton, Ont., Arrangements have 'b-aeri iirac- ticaily completed, looking to a merger of the: Macdonaid To- bacco Company, of Montreal, and the Tuckctt Tobacco Cum- pany, of Hamilton. Tlio rea- sons given for the merger are that tlio American Tobacco Trust ran be fought more ef- C- feciiveiyxir. Canada tile corn- bined efforts of the two con- corns than .by each cutting the' other's throat. The Low Cost Of Living Not high cost but low cost. For good clothes like "Progress Biand" never cost so little before. System, skill, accuracy, wise manage- ment, caieful buying, have kept clown the cost of pioducing garments while raising the standard of quality and value. A new spiing "Progress Brand" Suit or Overcoat will cost no more this year than you paid last year but for the same money you will get a better Suit or Overcoat. Test for yourself. Ask to see the new spring, styles. m itatlf and guaranieetf by H. Vlneberg Co. Limited, Sold with a guarantee by e A McGuire, seems to have considered it necessary to get the evidence of a third-class passenger placed before the investi- gating committee. Yet there is little doubt that such ,a story and such evi- dence would have been both inter- esting and important. One or two stories, which have been told by third-class survivors,