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SHEAHAN. TIMOTHY JOSEPH. The fam ily of the late TIMOTHY JOSEPH SHEA HAN wish to thank their lrtends in Washington D C . and North Beach. Md for their kind expressions of sym pathy and floral tributes at the time of Iheir bereavement. 23.25 OeatljH. ANDERSON. IRENE. Departed this life on Thursday. July 22. 1937. at 1:45 p m IRENE ANDERSON, beloved sister of Mrs Mary Tancll and Mrs Bessie Johnson Body restina at Moon's fu neral home. 1322 You st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. BARNARD. MORRIS MACY. On Thurs day July 33. 1937 at hts residence. In Fairfax County. MORRIS MACY BAR NARD beloved husband of Edith F Barnard and father of Mrs. Allen Green and Mrs James Thurman. Funeral services Saturday. July 24. at 5 pm. at Pohick Church, conducted by Rev. C. A ,Langston. Interment church cem etery. BENNETT. WILLIAM. On Thursday. July "" 1937 at Georgetown Hospital. WIL LIAM BENNETT Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home 1401) Chapin st. n.w. on Saturday. July '.4 »t d: 1 5 a.m' thence to the Blessed Sacrament Church where mas will be offered at d 45 a m. for the repose of his soul Friends are invited. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. •FELL. VICTOR HERBERT. On Wednes day. Julv 21. 1937 al Mount Alto Hos pital VICTOR HERBERT BUELL, be loved husband of Mary Ellen Buell, de voted son of Frederick A. and Carrie Buell Services at the R H. Hines Co. funeral home. 3901 14th st. n.w. on Saturday. Julv 34 at 10 a m Relatives and friends invited Interment Arhng ton National Cemcgery. -3 CHAPMAN. PEARSON. On Friday. July °3 1937 at the Alexandria Hospital. PEARSON CHAPMAN, ace dS years, husband of the late Jessie Maude Chap man Funeral services on Saturday. Julv 24 at 11 a.m. at the Wheatley funeral home. Alexandria Va. Intel Tw roll Cemetery Alexandria. Va. CHILCOAT. THF.RFSA. On Thursdav. July •'*' too: at Georgetown University Hos pital THERESA CHILCOAT beloved wife J of Irvin L. Chilcoat mo*her of Lois Marguerite Chilcoa*. Funeral from tlm W W Chambers Co. funeral home 1-ion Chapin st. n.w.. on Saturday J;iW a' inam Rdnti'rs and friends Inched. Intermer,i Green Lawn Cemetery New port News Va on Sunday -Jnly '-1. nt p D m (Newport News. Va.. papers please ropy.' COLEMAN. Rl'TII J. On Thursday. Julv ’i, ar her residence, 1 .OR Orison , iv. n w after a Unerring illness. Mrs PUTH' j' CCLEMAN beloved wife of the late Tavlor Coleman She leaves to mourn their loss eight sons and two daughters Daniel J William 1 • Hirer. Robert E Arthur T Charles H Alfred D and George P Coleman and Mrs. Susie Outlaw and Sylvia E Cole man: one brother Arthur T Lewis, eleven grandchildren right dauehters in-law one sister-in-law and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E Murray & Son. No tice of funeral hereafter. DEAN. MARY OWEN, danglitc’- of the late Mills and Anna Fearon Dean and sister of Mildred Mills and the late Paul D-an. died Johns Hnnkm^ Hos pital Thursday. July 22. 103#. Notice of funeral later. DrRtlZ RITA LEsCA. On Thursday. Julv 2° 103 7 a> Georgetown Hospital. RITA *LESCA DfFUIZ. wife of the late Dr Ricardo DeRuiz and beloved mother of Mrs. Mercedes R Kelley. Mrs. Harry A Seay. Richard L DeRuiz. Rene A DeRuiz. Mrs. Lloyd H. Octien. Services at the S. H Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w. on Saturday. July 24. at 0:30 a.m : thence to the Car melite Monastery. l.V» Rhode Island ave. ne where mass will be offered at 10 a m Relatives and friends invited. In terment St Mary's Cemetery. DONOHO. WILLA. On Wednesday July 21 10:’>7. at Freedmcn’s Hospital. WILLA Donoho. loving sister of Mrs. Jennie Wright Mrs Julia L. Donoho. Opheua. Arthur and Penalton Donoho She a.so leaves one nephew, two nieces. t\«.o brothers-in-law. two sisters-in-law and other relatives and friends. Remain.-* resting at the John T. Rhines funeral chapel. 3rd and Eve sts. s.w.. until 4:30 p m Friday. Julv 23: thereafter at her late residence. 1334 R st. n.w. where funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm. Saturday. July 24 Rev E L. Harrison officiating. Intermen- Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. DOWLING. FRANK WIDNEY. SR. On Thursday. July 22. 1037. at Emergency Hospi»al. FRANK WIDNEY DOWLING. Sr husband of Ella B. Dowling Body resting at Gawler's chapel. 1 7o<» Penna. ave n w until noon Monday Services will be held on Monday. July 20. at Western Presbyterian Church. I!"|S H st. n.w.. at 2 p.m. Intei^ient Oa#t Hill Cemetery. DOWLING. FRANK W. The members of the Association of Oldest Inhabitants are reouested to attend the funeral of our late associate FRANK W DOW LING from the Western Presbvterian Church. IPOS H st. n.w.. Monday. July 26. 1937. at 2 p.m THEODORE W NOYES. President. J ELIOT WRIGHT. Secretary. 24 EMSLIE. M.iKK Kr.LL. un mursaav jmy 22. J 027 at the residence of her dnuszh trf. 5420 Conduit rd n.w. MARY RELL EM?LIE. beloved mother of Mrs. S. A. Stebb.ns. Mrs \Y. Reid of Los Angles. Calif., and John A Emslie of Cincinnari. C'*ic. Funeral services at the above residence rn Saturday Julv 24 at 2:20 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Cedar Hi!’ Cemetery. Services by the W. W. Chambers Co 22 FRIEDERICH. AUGUSTA. On Thursday. Julv 22 1021 at Providence Hospital. AUGUSTA FRIEDERICH. beloved sister of George F and Sarah A Friederich and Mrs. Pauline Campbell. Services at. her late residence. 1104 Good Hope rd. s.e.. on Monday. July 20. at 2 pm. Relatives and friends are invited. In terment Congressional Cemetery. -> GARRETT. WILLIAM E. On Wednesday. July 21. 1027. at his residence. If510 North Cleveland st_Arlington. Va.. WILLIAM E GARRETT beloved hus band of Elizabeth E. Garrett and father of Aloert G. Garrett and Mrs. Helen E. Lewis. Remains resting at the Ives funeral home 2S-17 Wilson blvri.. Ar lington. Va where funeral services will be held on Saturday. Julv 24. at 11 a.m. Interment Lewmsviilc Cemetery. Fairfax County. Va. GARNER. THOMAS. Suddenly, on Thurs day Julv 22. 1P27. at HO1* P st. n.w.. THOMAS GARNER husband of the late Ella Garner and father of Mrs. Celes tine Anderson. He also leaves to mourn their loss one son. one brother. Frank Williams: one grandson one grand daughter. many other relatives and friend5;. Remains resting at the Malvan A- Schey funeral home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w Notice of funeral later. HAMILTON. MARY ALICE. Suddenly on Monday. July IP. 1P27. at Children's Hospital MARY ALICE HAMILTON, the loving daughter of William and Wilhel mina Hamilton devoted sister of Rufus. John H and William R. Hamilton. She also leaves two grandfathers, one grand mother and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the John T Rhines funeral chapel. 2rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4 p.m Fridav July 22. Body will be shipped to Edgefield. S. C.. for serv ices and interment. 22 HEIRONIMUS. CHARLOTTE M. On Wed nesday Julv 21 1P27. CHARLOTTE M HEIRONIMUS. beloved wife of Raymond L Heircnimus and mother of Elsif Ray mond and Frances Heironimus. Funeral from her late residence. l'W>0 K st. s.e.. on Saturday. July 24. at 2 p.m. Rela , fives and friends invited. 22 HEIRONIMUS. CHARLOTTE. A special meeting of Unity Chapter. No. 22. O. E. S. is called for Saturday. July 24 1P27. at 1 p.m.. at Masonic Temple. 12th st. and New York ave. n.w.. for the purpose of attending the funeral of the late CHARLOTTE HEIRONIMUS. By order of the worthy matron. MARY L. HOFFMAN. Secretary. HILL. MARY LEE. On Thursday. July 22. 1827. fit Johns Hopkins Hospital. MARY LEE HILL, devoted daughter of Lerov and Sarah Hill, loving sister of Napoleon. Albert. Bessie. Cleo. Leroy, jr . and Juanita Hill. She also leaves other relatives and many friendsr- Re mains resting at John T Rhines’ fu neral chapel. 2rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. 25 HIPKINS. GRANT. Departed this life suddenly on Friday. July 22. 1P27. at C-allinger Hospital. GRANT HIPKINS. He leaves to mourn their loss one brother. Joseph Hipkins: a niece. Daisy * Muse, and several other relatives and * friends. Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral home. 1200 Sou*h Cap itol st. Notice of funeral, later. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Joseph F. Birch’s Sons _ <A. L. HAYCOCK. Manager) RMff 184?3034 M St. N.W. Frank Geier’s Son* Co. LWil National 2473 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with the original VI. R. Speare establishment. W»tlona°n 2882 1009 H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium 4th and Mass. Are. N.E. Lincoln 8200 Chamber^ One of the Larfeet Undertaken In the World 1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432 SIT 11th St. S.E. Atlantic 6700 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER . EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 0108 fnCor. 14th & Eye GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Piecee 1 1218 P St. N.W. National «27A BURTON'S JTETt Beaattfel Faaeral Seraya IT 7171 OPEN EVENING* 'A*1 and SUNDAY* A / MRS. C. M. HEIRONIMUS DIES HERE AT AGE OF 39 Funeral Service# Tomorrow, Burial to Be in Bock Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Charlotte M. Heironlmus, 39. of 1360 K street southeast, wife of Raymond Heironimus, optician, died Wednesday in Homeopathic Hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the residence. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Heironimus, a native of this city, was a member of Unity Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, which she served as marshal in 1934. Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Elsie and Frances;' a son, Raymond; her father, John S. Steck lein. and four brothers, Frank, John, Albert and George Stecklein, all of this city. Urotlifi. IMMICH. CHARLES W. Suddenly, on Thursday. July 2:2. 1037. at his resi dence. 2 Locust ave . Takoma Park. Md.. CHARLES W. IMMICH. beloved father of Mrs. Gertrude Louise German. Wil liam J and Charles A. Immich. Funeral services at the above residence Saturday. July 24. at 0 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Services by the W. W. Cham bers Co suburban funeral home. 018 Cleveland ave.. Riverdale. Md. 23 IMMICH. CHARLES \V. Comrades of Rich ard J. Harden Camp* No. 2. United Spanish War veterans, will assemble at Pythian Tem ple. 1012 Oth st. n.w.. at 8:Lj> a m Saturday. July 24. 1037. for the funeral of our late com rade. CHARLES W. IMMICH. Services at 0 a.in. at his late residence. 3 Locust st. Takoma Park. Md. Inter ment Arlington National Cemetery. H M MANNING. Commander. WM. E. RINK. Adjutant. JAMISON. LUCY JANE. On Fridav July 23. 1037. at 1 a m. at the Methodist Home Gaithersburg. Md.. LUCY JANE JAMISON age S3 years. Remains rest ing at Gartner's funeral home. Gaithers burg. Md. Funeral Arrangements later. JARVIS, RICHARD ARTHUR. mains of RICHARD ARTHUR JARVIS. •>T of 420 1 7th st. n.e were lowered to rest todav in Rock Creek Cemetery. The deceased was the beloved husband of Kathryn Feller Jarvis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A Jarvis of Lanham. Md . and brother of Nellie and Laura Jarvis of Lanham. Md. JONES. MARY ELIZABETH. On Thurs day Julv 22. 1037 MARY ELIZABETH JONES of 1 437 Spring rd n w be loved mother of Charlotte Mary Jones. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday. July 24. at 3:30 p.m. Services and interment, private. KEENAN. BRIDGET ANNIE. On Thurs day July 22. 1037 at Providence Hos pital. BRIDGET ANNIE KEENAN, the beloved mother of Harold E. Keenan. Funeral from the W W. Chambers Co. funeral home 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Saturday. July 24 at 9 am.: thence to St. Gabriel's Catholic Church, where huh requiem mass will be offered at o::;o a m. for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends are Invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. KENNEDY. CRAWFORD. On Friday. July 23. 10 57. CRAWFORD KENNEDY, be loveri husband of Rera F. Kennedy of 4330 37th st. n.w. Funeral will be held from Zurhorst funeral parlors. 301 East Capitol st.. on Saturday. July 24. at 3 pm. Interment at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Nebraska papers please copy. KING. JOHN F. On Thursday. July 22, 1037. at hi' residence. 3541 T st. n.w. JOHN F. KING husband of Nellie Lynch King (Mary E Lynch King* Bodv rest ing at Oawler s. 17 50 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.. until Sunday at 4 p.m. Services at 0 541 T st. n.w. on Monday. July 20. Service and interment private. 25 KING. JOHN F. Bookbinders’ Local Un’on No. 4 regret to inform you of the death of JOHN F KING who died Thursday. July 22 1037. aeed 7 5 years. Union services Sunday Julv 25, S p.m at his 1<! te home 354 1 T st. n.w. Funeral Monday. July 2*5 11 am. from the above address. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. . PATRICK FOGARTY. Secretary. LIVINGSTONE. ANNA VAN DE BOE. On Wednesday July 21 1037. at Emergency Hospital ANNA VAN DE BOE LIVING STONE of 1240 Kenyon st. nw. beloved uifr of Colin H. Livingstone and mother of Mrs. WilJie.ui J. Whaler *nee Clarice» of Mobile. Ala Mr. Edward A. Living stone of Beaver Pa.: Kenneth H. Liv ingstone of Washington D. C. Services at the S H. Hines Co funeral hom*. 2001 14th st n.w.. on Saturday. Julv 24. at 2 n.m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Claverack. N. Y. 23 MARONEY. M4RY CAHII.L. On Thursday Julv 22. 1937. af Emercencv Hospital. MARY CAHILL MARONEY of 4512 5?. Dakota ave. n.e widow of Edward H. Maroney. Survived hv her daughters. Winefred Rose and Mary of this citv. and sons. Eugene H. of Clayton. N. Y., and Raphael J. of Marine City. Mich. Interment at Williamsport. Pa. MASON. FRANK. Departed this life on Thursday. Julv 22. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. FRANK MASON of 4713 Foote st. n.e.. beloved husband of Carrie Ma son. father of Leroy Mason, stepson of Thomas Stewart brother of Walter Ma son. John and Mildred Stewart. He also leaves to mourn their loss many oth*r relatives and friends. Funeral from the George B Clarke Co. funeral parlor. 1416 Florida ave. n e.. at 2 « m. Sun day. July 2V Interment Wood’awn Cemetery, on Monday July 26. 24 McCALL. E. .1. On Wednesday. July 21. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. E. J Mc CALL He leaves a devoted mother, one brother and a host of friend*. Re mains resting at R. C. F<rhard*on A Co.’s funeral home. 1700 Vermont ave. n.w. Funeral and b”riai Sunday. July 25. at Bennettsville. S C. OHLANDER. EUGENE. On Friday. July 23 1937. at Emergency Hospital. EU GENE OHLANDER age 60 *ears.. be loved father of Leo E Ohlander of Springfield. Va . and Lyle W. Ohlander of Chicago III. Remain* resting at Hysong's parlors. 1300 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later RIGGS. MAJ. SAMUEL DRINELLE. Sud denly. on Friday. July 23. 1937. at Georgetown University Hospital. MaJ. SAMUEL DRINELLE RIGGS, husband of Ernestine Pesou Riggs. The body is resting at the Warner E. Pumphrey funeral home. Rockville. Md. Notice of service later. SAKELLARIS. GEORGE. On Friday July 23. 1937. at Georgetown Hospital. GEORGE SAKELLARIS. beloved hus band of Irine Sakellaris and father of Olymbia and Mary Sakellaris. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. fu neral home. 1400 Chaoin st. n.w.. until Monday Julv 26. at 9 a m.: thereafter at his late residence. 2515 39th st. n.w., where services will be held at 1 p.m.: thence to Sts. Helen and Constantine Church. 6t.h ana C sts. s.w.. where services will be held at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 25 SCHNEIDER. JACOB. On Wednesday. July 21. 1937. JACpB SCHNEIDER, be loved husband of the late Margaret Schneider. Funeral from his late resi dence 14 Marlboro pike, on Saturday. July 24 at 9:15 a.in. Requiem mass at St. Mary’s Church. 5th st. between G and H sts. n.w.. at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 23 SIMMS. MARGARET. On Thursday. July 22. 1937, at her residence. Oxon Hill. Md. MARGARET SIMMS wife of the late John W. Simms. She leaves to mourn their loss two daughters. Annie E. Williams and Gertrude Hamlin: one son. George E. Simms: two granddaugh ters, Josephine Muldrow. Sarah Ingram: two sisters, four brothers, an aunt and a host of other relatives and friends. Body resting at Robest G. Mason A Oo.’s funeral home. 2500 Nichols ave. s.e. Notice of funeral later. STEVENSON. H ELMAR. On Thursday. July 22. 1937. at her residence. 422 9th st. s.w. HELMAR STEVENSON, be loved daughter of Wesley and Marie Stevenson, devoted sister of 8ylvia. Norma and Wesley Stevenson Jr. She also leaves a devoted grandfather, other relatives and many friends. Remains resting at the John T Rhines funeral chanel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. 25 STONE. ROBERT L.. JR. On Thursday. July 22 1937. ROBERT L STONE. Jr.. of 1334,/2 E st. n.e.. aged 36 years, beloved son of Robert L. and Mary I. Stone (nee Smith). Funeral from the chapel of P. A. Taltavull. 436 7th st. s.w.. on Monday. July 26. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25 TALBOTT. WORTHINGTON H. Suddenly, on Thursday. July 22. 1937, at Bay Ridge Md.. WORTHINGTON H. TAL BOTT of Rockville. Md. Remains resting at the Colonial funeral home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey. Rockville. Md. No tice of funeral later. TAYLOR. THORNTON E. Departed this life on Thursday. July 22. 1937. at Garfield Hospital, after a brief illness. THORNTON E. TAYLOR, beloved hus band of the late Mollie F. Taylor and devoted father of Ida May Boardley. Mildred Meshaw and Edward J. Taylor. He also leaves to mourn their loss two sisters. Sarah Taylor and Mary Ander son: four grandchildren, one nephew and other relatives and friends. Re mains temporarily resting at the Mc 8ulre funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. otice of funeral later. 25 xn xnrmnnam. DE ECKART. ALEJANDRO. In loving re membrance of our dear one. ALEJANDRO DE ECKART. wbo departed thle life three years ago today. UNNIE DE ECKART AND FAMILY. • LYNN. EDITH A. In loving remembrance 01 my wife. EDITH A. LYNN, who de parted this life two years ago today. July tit. 1 tuts We saw you fade like a flower. But could not make you stay. We nursed you with tender kindness. But Ood called vou away. LOVING AND DEVOTED HUSBAND. SISTER AND FRIEND MJUf wS££ r BARNARD, EX-HEAD OF IK DIES Former Lorton Chief, 75, III Since July 5—Had Built Model Penal System. Capt. Morris Macy Barnard, 75, re tired general superintendent of District penal institutions, died late yesterday at his new home, Dunmovin, near Pohick, Va. He had been ill since July 5, when he suffered a slight paralytic stroke. Brief funeral services, to be at tended by members of the family and close friends, will be held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the residence, with Rev. F. L. Morrison, Methodist minister at Occoquan, officiating. Additional funeral services will be held a half hour later at Pohick Epis copal Church, with Rev. C. A. Lang ston, rector, officiating. Burial will be at Pohick. iuc iiai ui iiuiiuiai v pmiwarvrs in cludes Judge Oscar E. Bland of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, Richard N. Elliott, acting controller general; Ray L. Huff, Capt. Barnard’s successor as superin tendent of penal institutions; Henry C. Stein; Capt. T. F. Joyce, United States Marine Corps, retired; Thomas M. Rives, superintendent of the Dis trict Jail; Capt. A. L. Pettltt, super intendent of the workhouse at Occo quan; Capt. W. L. Peak, superin tendent of the reformatory at Lorton; Julian A. Schoen, former superin tendent of the Occoquan Workhouse, under Capt. Barnard, and now warden of the United States Detention Head quarters in New York City, and C. B. Rice, retired Pittsburgh merchant. Honored by Colleagues. The list of active pallbearers will consist of employes of the reforma tory and workhouse. Capt. Barnard is survived by his widow, Mrs. Edith F. Barnard; two daughters, Mrs. C. O. Thurman and Mrs. Allen Green, both of Lorton; a sister, Mrs. Lincoln Witter. Pomona, Calif., and two brothers, W. F. Bar nard, Chicago, and S. W. Barnard, Burlington, Ind. He also leaves five grandchildren. Capt. Barnard stepped out of his post as head of penal institutions on his seventy-fifth birthday, last April 4, a few hours after 200 employes of the District Reformatory Work House and Ninth street wharf demonstrated their affection for him at a reception on the penal reservation at Lorton, Va. He was presented with two testi monial open books bearing the sig natures of his subordinates, along with an easy chair and day bed couch when he left the District penal service after 21 years of work in its behalf. Capt. Barnard, w'ho entered prison administration work tn 1895, served as assistant superintendent of the Indiana Reformatory at Jefferson ville. and as deputy warden at the Michigan State Prison, at Jackson. He came to the District in 1916 as assistant superintendent of penal in stitutions and was charged with the establishment here of an advanced program of reformatory treatment. He became superintendent in 1924. A Model Prison. The captain did his Job so well that other jurisdictions modeled theii prison administrations after . that o! the District. A tribute to his ability was written by Dr. Luther Reichel derfer. then president of the Board of Commissioners, June 30, 1932, urging the Civil Service Commission to permit his retention as superintendent de spite his having reached the age of 70. Reichelderfer wrote: "The reformatory at Lorton, Va„ being developed under the direction and management of Mr. Barnard is a unique penal institution. It receive! all long-term prisoners of the clasi usually sent to State penitentiaries The terms of imprisonment extend from one year to life. "Prisoners of this type have usually been housed in cells in buildings lo cated within a barred prison wall. At Lorton the experiment is being tried to afford prisoners a more nearly nor mal mode of life. • • • The safe keeping of the prisoners depends more upon educational effect and the de velopment of a higher morale than it does on physical restraint." “Best in the Country.” Three and a half years ago, how ever, a wall was built about the in stitution and the number of cell blocks was increased, as the prison population expanded. The “wall less prison” was no longer the model penitentiary, and Capt. Barnard pro tested last January 22 in his letter of resignation to the Commissioners that because of overcrowding and in sufficient appropriations, “we arc un able properly to house, guard and educate the unfortunate who are sent to us.” The letter was a jolt to the Com missioners. For some time the Board of Public Welfare, which had mad! the decision that a wall was needed for Lorton, had been suggesting that he be supplanted. But early in 1936 Commissionei Allen had returned to the board s recommendation for the appointment of another, with this notation: “We have a general superintendent of penal Institutions, the best In the country. He can have the job as long as he wants to hold It.” Barnard had his troubles in 1933. The model prisoners at his model farm proved not- so model one day in July and nearly 100 of them took part in a riot. By the end of the month 62 of the leaders in this out break were sent to Atlanta Peni tentiary and 26 to Lewisburg, Pa., Penitentiary. Hardly was this trouble cleared up when Barnard faced another problem. The Commissioners received a letter from former Supt. A. C. Tawse re flecting on Barnard's administration. His chief complaints were that Bar nard had relatives on the District pay roll and that the food at Lorton was Inferior. Barnard was cleared, but not before he remarked of the fact that his son-in-law headed the machine shop at Lorton. "He's a good machinist. When he married my daughter I didn't think that was sufficient reason for firing him." Capt. Barnard was still hopeful the penal system of the District could be improved when he retired. He gave long study to the serious prob lem of overcrowding of prisons, and in his letter of retirement he sug gested to the Commissioners: “I feel at this time that I should call your attention to the fact that for several years I have been advo cating a hospital for Inebriates at the work house and well-regulated probation system for the young first offenders who are sent to the re formatory, and I hope that the oommunity will get behind Judge Curran (an advocate of such changes) as I thinik he is right in what he is trying to do. “X feel sure that with these two propositions the population of the , Institutes would be reduced from 25 to 50 per cent and it will be better lor the Inmate, and society will not be injured in the same." Barnard was born in Burlington, Ind., April 4, 1862. 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Atlantic 1700-1701 -*-T-J Julius Lansburgb Furniture Co., 909 F St. N.W. NEARING * ND... of Our Greatest Sale in Months... Only 7 more selling days of this great event. Thousands of dollars worth of Lanstyle quality suites and occasional pieces drastically reduced for quick clearance. Open a J. L. Budget Account and Buy ODD BED ROOM PIECES $46 Butt Walnut Vanity $19.75 $45 Modern Walnut Vanity, $23.75 $30 Solid Maple Chest on Chest _ $21.65 $18.50 Solid Maple Twin Size Bed_$9.95 $26.50 Box Springs, full and twin sizes _ $9.86 $19.50 Walnut Chest of drawers _$12.70 $13.00 Metal Robe, walnut finish _$8.60 JUVENILE FURNITURE $15.00 Full Size Crib .... $9.60 $17.00 Green Juvenile Chest, $10.20 $25.50 Green Juvenile Chifforobe_ ..... $16.75 $9.60 Rubberized Crib Mat tress $4.95 TABLES, CHAIRS, ETC. $8.00 Modern Coffee Table, Walnut _ $4.85 $75 Modern Sofa-Bed, upholstered bock and arms . _ $48.00 $50 Simmon's Pull Easy Studio with back and arms_$36.60 $33 Mahogany Colonial Sec retary _ $19.75 Crash Drapes, odd lots_Vi off $34.00 Solid Maple Sofa_$17.50 $160.00 English Sofa, Down Seats__ $98.00 $36 Modern Drop-Lid Desk, butt walnut_$22.40 ii't.O Mahogany screen_w.5U $40.00 Walnut-Corner Cabinet, $28 $17.00 5-pc. Solid Oak Breakfast Set_$10.85 $20.00 Mahogany Dropleaf Dun can-Phyfe Table_$13.90 $8.00 Modern Cocktail Table, Walnut _$3.90 $9.00 Solid Mahogany Duncan Phyfe Coffee Table .. ..$5.40 $28 Solid Maple Knee-Hole Desk_$19.70 $24.00 Maple Junior Floor Lamp .. _ $7.95 CHAIRS TO CLOSEOUT $19.50 Queen Anne Occasional Chair __$10.75 $25.00 Cogswell Chair and Otto man, covered in friezette.$14.70 $9.00 Walnut Windsor Chair.$4.75 $6.00 Walnut Windsor Chair_$3.15 $5 Unfinished Powder Table. $2.46 SUMMER FURNITURE All Chrome Furniture Suites included_25% off $50 Garden Set, table, 4 chairs and umbrella ... _$36.50 $18.00 Coil Spring Gliders..$11.50 $40.00 Coil Spring Gliders..$27.40 $13.00 Steel Spring Chair, leather ette pillow back and seat, $8.20 LANSTYLE SUITES REDUCED Farmtr July Price Salt 2-piece Genuine Frieze Living Room Suite *130 *9300 2-piece Solid Blonde Mople Living Room Suite_*70 *49 40 2-piece Mohair, Down Cushion Living Room Suite_*225 *169 00 2- piece Kroehler-Made Mohair Living Room Suite_*160 *119 00 3- piece Modern Living Room Suite_*125 *98 00 2-piece Genuine Frieze Living Room Suite _*130 *9300 4- piece Modern Walnut Bed Room Suite.*155 *115 00 4-piece 18th Century Mahogany Bed Room Suite_*135 *92oo 4-piece Blonde Maple Bed Room Suite_*170 *H900 9- piece Butt Walnut, Modern Dining Room Suite_ *359 *16900 10- piece Butt Walnut Dining Room Suit e-JISO *12800 7-piece Modern Dinette Suite in genuine walnut _*135 *95-0° 4-piece Modern Grand Rapids Bed Room Suite_*375 *17S00 10-piece Solid Oak Dining Room Suite_*200 *1S6 00 10-piece 18th Century Solid Mahogany Dining Room Suite_*350 *19800 2-piece Kroehler-Built Frieze Bed-Daven port Suite_*145 *11000 2-piece Brocatelle Tapestry Living Room Suite _*185 *13900 2-piece Maderne Kroehler Bed-Davenport Suite _s135 *9800 2-piece English Lounge Suite, Kroehler built _ *145 *llSoo Louis XV Brocatelle 2-piece Living Room Suite___*195 *14870 2-piece 18th Century Brocatelle Covered Living Room Suite_*135 *99A0 4-piece 18th Century Mahogany Bed Room Suite_*245 *179™ Miscellaneous Items to Close Out All Cabinet Smokers. Now_Vi price $20.00 Lane Cedor Chest. Now.$13.56 ennn c ...... , . ,, ne 10-in. Oscillating Fon. Special.. $4.25 $12.00 5-pc. Metal Bridge Set-$6.95 . . .. $3.00 Modern Junior Lamps_ 98c $,4.00 Solid Maple Combination $,0.0, Student's Desk ..$5.45 High Choir and Play Table-$7.95 .... ... , ... $2.00 Walnut or Mahogany $26.50 Kitchen Cabinet, green Magazine Rack__ 98c and ivory--....$19.40 Group Cl||nfx Pi||owl( Kopoc All Ice Refrigerators now_.Vi price filled. Special-3 for $1.00 Use J. L. Budget Plan