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ESTIBLIS HIED 1865., NEW BERRY ,S. C., TUESDAY, MA 3_1 02T I E A WK. 15O AYR
I told you I was going
Millinery, and Shoes fo
largest week's business
which proves that love
est trading possibilities
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS V
Another lit of that i,nous 36 iach Black Tafieta
Silk, worth $1.50 now only 96c. yard.
Another big lot of Corded Wash Silks just landed.
25 pcs. Colored Tafieta Silks, Pink, Blue, Nile,
. Old. Rose, White and Black at 49c yard.
A Black Goods Department.
What a stock for a Newberry house to show
bought from the largest importers in America-a
big lot just opened. Black Brilliantines, Henriet
tas, Sergea, Batiste, Melrose, Nunsveilng, Albat
ross, Poplins etc. Anything you can ask for in a
black goods stock.
People are coming from miles and miles around
to buy their millinery here. You know what you
paid for your hats before I put inmillinery and
you know what you pay today. Every reason exist:
why we can save you money. We buy direct from
M APPEAL OF(
through his fat]
THU well. It is as f
NEIU NO OF THE BOARD OF TRUS- wl.I sa
TEES. To the Honoi
-- tees of Clems
Threim.Jnportant Matters Before Them-1. men: Edward
The App,eai of Cadet Thornwell-2. The dent of the sopi
Beinstatem.ent of the sophomore
Clas-3. he Fttness of President his father, J. H
Hartzog for His Position, appeals from th
ulty of the Coll
'[Special to News and Conrier.] day of April, 11
Clemson College, via Calhoun,1 said Edward Al
ilay 9-1.30 A. M.: The boLrd of College to the e
* trustees of the college met in Presi- sion, on the 1011<
dent Hartzog's office at 8 o'clock to. First. Becaus
night to investigate the recent trouble shown that the
-here. Eleven of the thirteen mem.. Thornwell has L
bers of the board are present, as fol- fence against ar
lows: Col. Simpson, Senator Till- ders of said Coil
man, Messrs. Tindal, Donaldson, Nor Second. Bec
ris, Evans, Bradley, Wannamaker, has never heretc
Hardin, Garris and dease. Those by the student
absent are Messrs. Smythe and taculty as an of
Bowen. generally practi'
The board, after a brief secret ses. Because the pu
sion, announced that its session president imposi
would be open to the public and that cessive for the o
it was the intention to sift the whole. James H.
matter thoroaghly from every stand. Edward
point. As Senator Tillman expressed ORDER (
* it: "We propose to get at the very It was agree
marrow of the thing if it takes upon which th4
weeks." Thornwell shon
There are - to the trustees,
THREE sPECIFIC MATTERs who was the p
now before the trustees. The first the chemical IE
question is as to the appeal of Cadet reore youg
Thornwell from the decision of the faculty, was th
faculty in suspending him; second, was eagreeothai
the question of the reinstatement of teceshiould 1a
the sophomore class, and third, ateimn wa
fight is being made on President pher.hltehe
Hartzog, for today. the room was er
A COMMITLEE OF CADETS of the faculty,
claimipg to represent the entire stn- tors. The most
dent body, preferred very grave taken in everyl
charges against President Hartzog, It was realized t
asserting that he is almost, if not is passing throt
quite, wholly responsible for the ex- the good name
isting trouble. Tbis committee of more than one r
studente consits of cadets Claud Pos1TI0O o:
Douthit, E. B. Boykin, M. E. Zeigler, The faculty b
D. Kohn, S. M. Ward, N. D. Walker, mittee to preser
J. T. Robertson, B. H. Gardner and thbe history of ti
W. E G. Black. It was agreed that statement was
all three issues should be tried to ( dozen tyewl
gether; that all the evidence should comnmitteee, af
be taken in each case before the trus- statement, deeli
tees announced their decision in any witnesses, or t<
part of it- 'nesses who wei
The first matter presented to the would make it
mtrusee wa the nulty itself was o
to my Doors an
to do the Dry Goods bL
r Cash than the next tw
of the year. We have i
rs of fashion, wise and i
ORTN Of new goods to roll in tc
Goods business under thE
the biggest millinery people in the country. I can
save you from 50c lo $2 00 on every hat you buy
from us. I am going to make May the banner
Special Hosiery and Under
100 doz. Ladies Hose, the regular 10c. kind, fo,
this sale 5c.
50 doz. Mens' Half H-se, the regular 10c. kind,
for this sale 5C.
50 doz. Ladies Drop Stitch Hose the regular 20c.
kind, for this sale 12.1.
25 doz. Ladies Drop Stitch Hose, 35c. kind, for
this sale 22-1c.
100 doz. Ladies Undervests for this sale, 10c. kind
100 doz. Ladies Undervests for this sale, 12.-c. kind
ber Thursday and Frida
ADET THORNWELL, PROF. BRACKETT
ier, Dr. J. H. Thorn- gave his evidence as follows:
Allows: a student begins his course in
-able Board of Trus- istry certain apparatus is issi
on College-Gentle- him, for which a receipt is t
A. Thornwell, a stu- At the end of the year, o' whE
iomore class, through student leaves college, such ar
Thornwell, hereby tus as is in good - condition is
e decision of the fac- back and credit is given the
age, made on the 23d But apparatus broken or dan
)02, suspending the is charged against the stt
lison Thornwell from, When be receipts for the appe
ad of the present ses- 'he is informed that he is pt
o ng grounds to wit: ally responsible for all the appe
e it has not been receipted for except the Bi
said Edward Allison burner and rubber tubing, whic
een guilty of any of- always kept out on the tablE
ty of the rules or or- for which the class is held resi
ege. tble as a whole.
aueteac hre In reply to inquiries the follt
fore been considered further statement was made b
3otraebyteBrackett: That year after yea
Fence, but has been tubes and other apparatus have
ed ad cncuredin.repeatedly- missed from the la
tiishment which the ,tories; thlat the attention of thi
d is unusual and ex- dents his almost invariably
Wence charged. cal led to the fact that the appa
Thornwell. had been taken without permin
Llio hrwl. that the offence was a serion
IF BUSINESS' and ought to be condemned b
I that the grounds students themselves; that no sti
faculty suspended had ever before been detecte
Id first be presented taking apparatus without pe
and Prof. Brackett, sion.
rofessor in charge of Dr. B3rackett also madethe fo
boratory, and- who ing explanation as to how the of
Thornwell to the was committed:
e first witness. It He was standing at his table
Sall the witnesses in rounded by cadets with their
e put on oath. The books or reports within two fE
aken by a stenogra the case just behind him, in v
the test tubes arnd other appa
rimg was in progress were stored, when happening
>wded with members accident, to turn around, he f
students and specta- ' Cadet Thornwell reaching int
intense interest was case. He asked him what hE
hing said and done- doing there. The cadet turned
bat Clemson College the tubes ini his hand and re
gh a crisis, and that that be wvas get tinig some test t
and reputation of Dr. Bracke.tt t bet asked him, "]
erson is at stake. fyou think that y~uon ught tc
THE FAcULTY. them through me ?" In repl
ad appointed a com-| which the cadet onimbled some1
t a statement giving I that was not understood. He
ie entire case. This asked Cadet Thorniwell howi
resented and covers tubes he wanted, and he said
-itten pages. This which were then issued to him
:er presenting the 'the usual memiorandomli miade,i
ned to put up any der that they might be pro
cross examine wit- charged to him. As he walkE
.e put up, as that Dr. Brackett said to him, "D<
appear that the fae. realize thbe seriousness of the of
n trial, that you have committed'." H
y Day and You
isiness of the town this E
o largest stores in Newb(
iever sold as many han(
Economical buyers know
imorrow, why shouldn't we do the
best and-most successful merchar
~5 doz Ladies Undervests for this sale, 15c. kind
50 doz. Corsets to go on sale tomorrow, all styles
long, medium and short waist.
40c. buys 50c Corset, 65. buys 75c. Corset, 80c.
buys $1.00 Corset.
Money Saved is Money Made.
We shall keep the ball rolling by such values we
are spreading over this community. I have com
petition side tracked. I am selling goods for less
than they can buy them. I am only beginnning.
Clear the Way.
300 bolts of Sea Islana, the regular 61.c. kind, for
this sale 4c.
.y are BARGAIN DAYS at
Le Cheapest Sto:
i the Carolinas
ply was again not understood. knew no E
When Dr. Brackett further stated that issued agi
-hem after he called Cadet Tbornwell's at from the
ied to tention to the seriousness of the of- permissioi
aken. fence he waited a whole day for an edly warn
n the explanation that the cadet might against it.
para. wish to make before entering the re- PREsII
taken port against him. On the morning jAfter P
refor. of April 23 he sent for Cadet Thorn- jPresident
iaged well and asked him if he had any ex- tifidt
En.planation tomake. Cadet Thorn- in the sus
,ratus well said he had not come to explain, well; that
irson- because he thought he had a right to the facult)
,ratus take things without permission, and impartial
insen that the majority of his class The wit
h are were of the same opinion, and further closely by
, and that he thought punishment would to certain
onsi- be awarded in the same mnanner as tween the
when cadets are found with mess boy's sus
wighall property in their possession-an out that DL
y Dr. offence which he stated was usually President
r test punished with about ten demerits, to reverse
been Dr. Brackett said to the faculty carry the
bora- that he was very much surprised at and that I
Sstu- the cadet's statement that the ma-' answered
been jority of his class were laboring un- that the n
ratus der any such misapprehension, and it was goil
ision; on reflection he had later requested the trustee
s one the cadet to bring a statement signed want to pr
y the by the members of his class who be- himself by
ident lieved they had a right to take appa- testimony
d in ratus from the stock without permis- based its a<
cmis- sion. In regard to the statement The tak~
signed by 61 members of the class very slow
low- and presented to faculty by the ca- minute on;
ence det, Dr. Brackett expressed it as his 12.80 a. m.
opinion that while probably intended adjournmne
sur- 'o cover the point at issue, it really another sta
note was not applicable to the case. probable ti
et of By unanimons vote of the faculty through be
bhich the charge against Cadet Thornwell Mr. Wall
ratus for taking, without permission, the is here repi
,by test tubes from stock in the ehemical paren-ts of
>und laboratory, was sustained, living in th
>the During the discussion as to the and severa
Swas nature of the punishment that should f rom diff er<
with b)e administered there was rio dispo- also here.
plied sition on the part of any member of The con
ibes. the faculty to regard the case lightly mores to mn
)on't or to dismies it without punishment. here. The
get A motion that a public reprin.and be graphic sur
v to administered was aiu st nanimously trustees.
bing defeated. It wvas then resolved by a committee
then majority vote on roll call that E. A. which pref
nany Thornwell be suspended till the end President
four, of the present session, and appeal
and Dr. Brackett wva put thr.ough a evideCIVe at
ni or- long and1 severe crow~ fexaminat ion by ranged. 'I
perly Dr. Thornwell and( m?embhers of the Mr B3. F.
d off board. lie st ated that, while be had hLjp themn.
> ourpre the ca-e to the faenlty, he I Eo
fence had voted against Thorowell's sus Calhonn
will see the C
spring. I believe I am S
,rry combined. We ha
isome goods before ir
that this store furnishE
business of the town, we have st
its in the South. The pace of sil
500 bolts Colored Organdies piled on a big table,
worth 10c. and 121c.,*yonr choice of any yard
in the lot for only Sc.
2000 yards 36 inch Percale to go on sale tomorrow
at only 5 cts. yd.
150 bolts of Dimities, beautiful patterus, some
worth 20 and 25 et5., -7nov 12.1 ets.
500 bolts of Shirting Calicoes, the kind you pKy
5 ets. at other slore,, all new styles, to go on
Sale at only 2- cts. yard.
50 doz Bed Spreads, slightly soiled, -worth $1.25,
some worth up to 81.98, to go on sale as l)ng
as they last for only 98 ets.
Another big shipment of Table Linens, direct from
Ireland, short ends 2, 2.j, 3 and 3.1 y ard lengths,
to go on sale at half price.
Another big shipment of new Embroideries, just
landed, ask to see them. Also a wagon load
of fans to be sold at half price.
100 pieces 35 inch Percale, worth 12.1 cts. to go
on sale at only 71 cts.
the Greatest Store on
;pecific rule had ever been first witness when the b
tinst the taking of test tubes morning. He told bis
laboratory stock without straightforward manuu
, but that he had repeat- needed the tubes in hit
ed the members of the class
)ENT HARTzoG TESTIFIEs. hewsdigadesi
rof. Brackett got through sm ue n rce
Hartzog was sworn. Hemayndgvhi 1
iat he took no actual partnurr Hesihea
pension of Cadet Thorn- oe h utmta
he merely presided overhanoittonfv
i meeting and saw that anrue Thtbswret
hearing was given the case.prsneothpofs
ness was questioned very cas n etogth
Dr. Thornwell in regard t aete o h 1s
letters that had passed be si ehdnvrbe
m immediately after the t aete ihu
>ension. It was brought,sdBrkethdolh
r. Thornwell had writtenfauthdacetati
Hartzog, app3ealing to. himbyhi(Baets)fu
the faculty's decision or toigexlctnie.H
ppeal up to the trustees, h a oproa re
'resident Hartzog had not D.Hrzg
atte hadgoneso frt anad hen was get them las
gtobe wasvdoingaand bytdinoregad
* anhow, nd hedid o mekngte tubes a Backer
ejudce imsef o co mit ny croaed Taehimni
givig atranri of he umcer.t said b e not
pon wich te faclty eii te;o tati
rule. thou h tbe hadere r
ingof he estmonrw s enue. h poe
Seiu n a ey Cadet all bewhogh ne
alatclr.Fa t tete oracal the ls
it was agreedetottakewinhton
saitl 'lck hn d Brackett a rel
rat he oardwil otgeta dct stadteed that it
foreSatudayightblo this (ceical aar
-esetin a ommite' ofhav eeprltnotie Hea
studets o the olle e had o l soal giev
~nt artsof te Stte r Hartzog.
he lette. Hisecuseowa Riggt ddrto sswhewa
attae heirgoneso, far l nefc that terl
g toae inesotate b e nocd,bttef
,s nyommitte e did ntethyhdnprceito
fromdte himsel)ommtha h lmn fpro
Hirtzofthe theion cas r 3akt a etfe
elmaotand tedosan ha eirycuh hrwl n
all darticultrmatically atfihee ok
ai, i was agrer n od to take allt
nsae ws inth clssde
D DY'SPl~CEEiN(S. r.Brackett ad at' nt
May .-Cdet hor haxaplihtnied ad tnu
was uspeded,~vas th oug t they acut ete r
elling more Dry Goods,
ve just completed the
i samQ length of time,
,s them with the great
ifficient capital. Ilearned the Dry
ks and black goo ds still keeps up.
100 doz. Uen's Colored Shirts 45, 65 and 85 ets.
A big lot of Men's Undervests and Scrivens Drawers,
the 60 cts. kind, to go on sale for only 40 or
SO ets, a suit.
The wowen who know the real value of Shoes, up
hold ours as the best they can get. They know
and believe in our quality, fit, wear and style.
They also appreciate the fact that we quote
lower prices on same quality than any other
house in Newberry. I believe I have as many
Slippers as all the stores in town.
300 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail store
$1.00, now only 75 cts.
200 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail store
$1.25, now only 95 cts.
200 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail store
$2.00, now only $1.49.
)ard met this against his suspension.
story in a This closed the Thornwell case
, saying he and the board then took up the case
class work of the sophomore class and decided
i Dr. Brack- that rhey would not receive a petition
t asked what for reinstatement of the class as a
:I he needed body, bat that they would receive
t asked how t hem from individuals. Senator Till
he rrquired man said that one petition was as
d simply fol- good as one hundred; that what they
revailed and wanted was to establish a principle;
olating any some rule for the guidance in cases
ken in the of rebellion.
sor and the Cadet Douthit then took charge of
had a right the case of the sophomores, and pre.
room work; sented the petition asking for rein
warned not statement on condition that Thorn
permission; well be reinstated. Sanator Tillman
im after the said that this was an implied threat
was proba- and it ought not to be received.
t in not giv- Douthit had one petition that did not
elaimed that have this objectionable feature and
ance against ia was accepted. A lengthy state
ment was presented by Douthit, show.
next sworn, jing that the sophoni ore had attempt
room at the jed to appeal to the board and that
Thornwell's they had been refused a permit to go
ious offence. to eee Colonel Simpson.
d1. as to what There was a lot of testimony by
giving more Roberts and Zeigler, as to the pur.
ie students pose of the appeal to the board, all
ght to take of which indicated that the class dis
trusted President Hartzog and were
sworn and afraid to forward their appeal through
ime as Nor- him.
"At the afternoon session Presi
led and said dent Hartzog said as his personal
never made character was involved he asked that
idents must the meeting be removed to the chapel
:us withbout where all could hear. Several cadets
said he may testified, the burden of whose testi
e. Said he momy was that it was not the custom
any of the to allow students to leave the college
to do with during the week but on Fridays and
Lgainst Dr. Saturdays; that it was the general
belief that President Hartzog knew
the board why Cadet Hill wanted to see Colo
been laid nel Simpson; that they would not ap
hiad never peal to the board through the presi
~t was there dent, believing he would bias their
e this and case; that there was no attempt or
nuide th'em; Iintention to coerce the faculty; that
ial dishon. the class was willing to submit the
He said whole case to the trustees, as they
that when had ~o nfidence in them.
guilty and Col. Simpson asked to be sworn,
as he had been dragged into the
ase h matter and gave a history of his con
ts aiid cir- nuection withb it. Q!iite a little breeze
ation, that: was raised when Attorney Martin,
hat the bov of Anderson, was on the stand by
ty look and President's Hartz>g's statement that
r had voted -.[Contmiued on slixn page.]