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Dtlegate Committee to Make Thorough
Investigation. Governor to Lend.
Columbia, April -5.-Trustees of the
University of South Carolina in spe
cial session at the university yesterday
to ferret out causes incident to the
general unrest at the institution and
to invest igate the student body, a ma
Jority of which signed a petition sev
era! weeks ago asking the trustees
to remove Dr. W. S. Currell as presi
dent of the school, delegated the comn
mittee on organization of the board
wit i power to make a tioroigh inves
ligation at tihe university and take
final action inl whatever way the COmn
mit tee may sei fit to dispose of the
trouble at tlie Inst itut ion.
The comm in ittle oi organization to
conduct the in veMi gation is composed
of Goverinor Cooper, T'. P. 1Hollis of
G reenville and ). R. Coker of I[arts
vii Trh[e n ov ernor acts in, piace of
C. K. Spencer of York, who askcd to
be relieved because of relationship
witi Dr. CurielI. A section of thle by
law of he uiniversity by which the
trustees adopted t1hir resolhtion dele
gating the above commi ittee to act
"There shall l a standing commit
lce on1 org'anizal inl consisting of thr(ie
memhers (of tHle board of trunstees).
whllose duty it shail he to thoroughly
in form themselves of Ithe internal
worlilgs o the ulniversily. of the
:Atai ts; anid work of each and every
ofleer and professor and teacher, of
tle habits and behavior of the situ
(ent s, of the management of stewa rd's
hall. of the condition and proservat ion
of thle property and of anylhing that
ma1:1y he for the good of the Institution."
Tihe trustees dismiissed the petition
of thi students askinjig ftor a new pres
idct and h'artily indo'sed Goviernor
CooP(elr's letter to) tlie stuident hmoly
tellintg that boly tl;t the board ftelt
(apleiit of maning affairs :11 the
unIi vers ite an thl 1atI II the Itat mi.htI
rest assured that affairs of the Insti
tution would not be slurred over. The
board took the view that the governor
had clearly stated matters in his let
ter and dismissed the petition on
these grounds. The trustees made no
statement as to their attitude towards
the 166 students who signed the peti
tion, but It was said yesterday that
some members were inclined to take
summary action against all the stum
Tihe trouble at the university iwas
somewhat aigmenlted Wednesday af
teMioon when the president of the
student body 'was indefinitely sus
pIo1e(lnd fromt the inst itlitution by the dis
(iltine comnittee because lie "Ie
sided at an illegal neeting of the sltu
dent body". The students held a meet
ing 'Wednesda. morning and voted to
declare a holiday in order that they
might see tihe lank parade on "Lib
'ihe diselpline committee say that
tihe pr"sident had no authority to en
tertain a motion to declare a holiday,
and fuither said that the entire meet
ing was out of order Inasmuch as no
perm ission had been granted by Pres
ident Ciurreil to hold tie meeting. The
president of tlit stuieit b1o(y stated
yesterday that lie had no knowledge
of what was to take place at the meet
img ai a( Imerely presided at tie re
(itlest of other students who were il
ready in session when he arrived at
'le diseiplie comm11ittee is com1
posed of )r. W. S. Currell, )r-. A. C.
Moore anil L. T. Ilake'. 'is new
an-de inl Ile situlat ion m'ay develoli
some interesting sidelights -wIeI teit'
comm11ittee oil organization imieets next
Monday to start its i nal Invest igat ion.
as some nieibers of the ioard are said
to be inclined to sispend all imiembers
of tile student body abselt from
Tie trmustees are to visit tihe t'ii
ers ity of North Carolina May 1:1. 11
an1(1 1. to simy conditiolns there aml
to '"Z I idlas" from the sister 'nsti
tution. All members of the board will
make the visit to the Tarheel institu
Those present at the meeting of the
board of trustees yesterday were:
Governor Cooper, C. i. Spencer of
York, P. A. Wilvox of Florence, B. A.
Hagood of Cha'leston, August Kohn
of Colui'bla, S .\. Graham of WI!
liamsburg county%, )r. W. T. C. Bates
of Colmbtiia, 11. P. Hollis of Greenville
and 1). R. Coker of Hartsvllie, John Pl.
Swearingen, State superintendent of
education, ex-olficio secretary of the
board, was absent because of a meet
ing of the State board of educatIon.
NOWl IS TI3E TO'0
31ore 3oney Available for Btuildin.g
P3'urposes Now 'lhan in Some Years.
This is the time to build homes,
aecording to the concensus of opin
ions that ite comiig in to the United
States 'Departiment of Labor, whicb
is receiving many expressions of ap
proval of it "own your own home
Campalgi" Inld assiur-ances of co-op
eration in Its liatioln-Wide work of
st imulating construet Ion.
It is pointed out that anl abundance
of employment a It high wages has
made the desire for Comfortable and
pleasant living colditions more Wide
spread thanI ever before. Since econ
omy and thrift have been preachid
and praelt ed in A meriea, during tihe
period of the war, there is a new de
sire to Is money wisely.
EConomtiista estimate that more
money is available for building in
the United States this year than there
has been in recent years. This fact
added to the general disposition to
seek a settl ed abidhing ilace, after thII
adventures and separations attendani
on -war. is giving home building a de
cided impetis in all parts of tl
tiited St ats. Sttrveys made of thi
whole couitry show that the advantet
in vost of mat erials has not kept pa'
with increases of other commodities
and real estate has not risen in price.
Moreover, there is a disposition
among those who finance building
projects to-make easy terms for those
which is acknowledged to be the most
satisfactory of all investments.
The rise ift-rentals and the shortage
of more than half a million houses,
owing to the suspension of construc
tion during the period of the war,
furnish a sufficient reason for the
consideration of building a home. In
-10 citIes now listed in the Division of
.Puiblic Works and Construction De
veiolment on the dleiatrment's Ina
foriation and 1Education Service, in
tensive %campaigns are in (progress
and all these have as their object the
starting of building projects at the
earliest possible dates this spring.
GIRLS! 1AVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIEUL HAIR,
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
.Asn bottle destroys dandruff and
doubles beauty of-your hiir.
Within ten ininiutes after an applil
cation of 'Danderine you can not find a
single traen of dandruff or faling hair
and your scalp Wvvl' not itch, but what
will please you most will be after a
f.w- wceks' uIlse, when you see new hair,.
lte and downy at lir'st -yes-hut leally
new hair-growtng all over the scallp,
A little Dauid'erne immcdiately dou
iiles the beauty of your hair. No differ
ence how (ut, faded, brit ie and scrag
gy, just moisten a cloth. with Dander
ine and careuilly di ,wil through your
hair, taking one small -crajid at a time.
IlIe eee is amazing -your hair will
be light, iluffy and wavy, and lhve an
aippea rawce of abuntaneq; an incomi
pa rali lustie, softness and' luxuri
(;tI a small bottle 6f Knowlton's
Ilnrine froi aly drtPig store or
joilef centier tor a fevf eents and
prove that your hair is as pretty aId(
sOft 11s ay-thl it has been neglet
od or injired by careless t reat men t
that's all--you surely can have beani
tiful hair ni lots (of it if you will just
(ry a littite DIanderiie.
We are a
System of ~
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but big enough to handle big business.
Gome in and talk business with us. We shall wel
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Federal Reservo System of Banks, beGause we stand
togther to protect our depositors.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
Spring Sewing Introduces Authoritative Spring Fashions
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Spring Sewing is of decided interest to every woman who contemplates making or having made Clothes for
Spring wear. The newest styles, authoritatively shown by Pictorial Review Patterns, are pictured on this
page. We have given the approximate cost of materials used in making these garments, selecting such
materials as Ginghams and Voils which the average patron would desire. The cost of findings being mini
mum. You can easily figure the entire cost yourself. The prices quoted represent unusual values at
Clard3's for this week's selling. Visit our store this week, and permit us to help you plan your Spring Wardrobe.
A LOWER Comparative Price Does not Always Mean the BEST VALUE.
Consider QUALITY of Merchandis FIRST.
sFor Commencement Dresses
Silk Pongees, Organdies,
!Voils and Battiste
4 y r 4 6-20 years
1L ~ ~~ \oie cos t It ingi:$I .50 t o:I:$[2.75..
,) / WillT- Sili; 'ONi~. -:l:. '~
-'I y14.ar wid e r, i l en (1id mteil
f 10 A . .
II 1 I f W Ii 4 ' i 1 V le I 'I
forconin ne nw t 4s. lre 15
I I /~l il v iiI :Ii,. IIl
and $. MATERIALS
wir Separate Skirts and Shirt
0Iliil~ Waists61 yr. .1ye,
I li i I I I IS. I
-I i [ . : l 1 % i n h ;l wi de . ill i l 3 8 I i '(5 8 9 13
fili l l TF l.TSl ,k r Ma 1.Y r dt n D -s
Prici $l.0tI ~20 asIeig
Ihress 8131 1 )rk.s 8 128
2.o ceran 2c-) rnt Dress 8147 Dress 8140Lfl Pit i FnIll :-w i l . Brocde o ic -
14-20 year I t-20 p-are 2 cFos 25 anir Ia t h a d i ts I (i I II ss, iizes
's 1R* :1 I hat Ii it' e i M 5isss,1-2 yw 10-20 years andl$10)
\\' n hilo. "aaonette , r wh it l to 11 atin(IIIo y rl, o '!
I i...si/i 16 to 20, which would re- I )ki~ 8117 is a N1 iss lt a ern1 a i iti (ahl: ,arl ide8.i i ce jlci e ; i 'IIlij c ~iiii(' A1.340l.s 350i
. yards of hlinrin aill, api'oxi- ill Si/is I I to 20 iqlitii -) yards ef ni d Skirt .a i. Yard widet andi- otr yard.
I (n $ .(),;I Voile, cost ing $2.5Ito aii a $3.754cs AVaid'L IV i deN( . iilcile tu )is, i.s81 o I; elir
)l1ls-A; 8128 reat iicci a Nlisses' DU'S Si 8110 is a I issi s Driess ill Iiill y iii andi faney Voltsi. stH ieg and I )It l8- 8 2 13 fiaturtes a (il's D~reiswi1 5 N ,.aFtle'Ie~ e
will, la1 ner. rIi,; $wa .0' nvwrs a.
Dro,-, zsi- It t0 20, roqittiiig 5 yards si/es 16 to 20, which iiHquiif. 1; yards 111-1s :, ii d li~(~5 ~ ~ ~ ~ I to .11 ieiliirlii wie 1'ii'il's o5e 32-" G1 to 1II ,I'ililiiiilg I yards of 32oi
of (iiiiighai, costni , k it * th ya d . . t
'2.00. -1111 Voil, costing 0.a5n0.$. .4 ld$.41pe ya .
I~li \\h1 (0hrdn 1krig inh(iga ,cotn 174
Paul Jones Middies
voltTHEBOYSl Wells Clardy CompanyATn
TIo see them is to lilY theml. W'e
have the iln p)1lain andifan, Vtiii. r an(i
lors it, izes fr0om :,0 yhn's to hi years, LAaRN'S nS pal
rnd t:y go to tinha indi.y. Price Praye
.~~o, $3.of0,2-nch Gingam Voil.costin GO D L CETOT AD0.o