The Life of John Woolfolk Burke
The funeral of the late John W. Burke,
whose death occurred Friday, took place
yesterday evening at 2 o'clock from
Christ Episcopal Church, and was at-
tended by a large number of friends and
relatives of the deceased from this city,
Washington, Baltimore and elsewhere,
who wished to pay tribute to the man
they so greatly esteemed. Rev.
W. J. Morton, rector of the church,
and Rev. S. A. Wallis, of the Episcopal
Theological Seminary, conducted the
services. The remains were interred in
the family lot in Ivy Hill Cemetery.
The pallbearers were Capt. Herbert
Bryant and Messrs. L.E. Uhler, John
P. Robinson, R.E. Lee, jr., E. McO.
Jones, Lawrence Washington and Hubert
Snowden. The floral offerings wer pro-
fuse and beautiful.