Obit: William Christie Herron May 1909
TWO BISHOPS ' ,3 Will Officiate at Funeral of Wjlliam Christie Herron To-Morro--Telegrama of Sympathy. William Christie Herron. who died Fri day morning, will be laid to rest in Spring Grove Cemetery to-morrow afternoon at ?-.'SI n'rVwlr The laat wrv'lrp over the remains of the distinguished Cincinnatian will be very simple, and in accord with hla wishes. His relatives from various parts of the country are arriving at the Herron home, on Red way avenue, Avondale. Many friends who knew and loved the quiet gen tie man called in large numbers yesterday to extend condolence to the bereaved family. During the entire day telegrrame of sym pathy were received by the wodow. Among those who wired were Mrs. Clinton B. Ftsk, of New Tork. past President of the Woman's Home Missionary Society; William A. Rogers, Buffalo. N. T.; Arthur A. Fowler and George Herron, manager of Armour's in Calgary, Canada, who Is a son of the dead man. He Will be unable to attend the funeral. Mrs. Mason Herron, daughter-in-law of Mr. Herron, arrived yesterday -from Ironton, Ohio. The funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Charles E. Schenk, of the Forest Avenue Methodist Church, in which congregation Mr.: Herron was one of the leaders. Others who will assist In the last sad rites will be Bishop Walden and Bishop Moore, of the M. E. Church, and the Rev. Dr. Lucius Bugbee, of Brookline, Mass., a nephew of Mrs. Herron. The pall-bearers were selected yesterday and are D. B. Meacham. Judge D. D. Woodmansee. E. E. Shipley, Jesse R. Ciark. Thomas Miller. Judge Morris L. Buckwal-der, Henry Crawford and Harry Hughes. The honorary pall-bearers will be Richard Dymond. Robert T. Miller, Dr. Charles Weakley, Dr. II. C. Jennings, Jamea N. Gamble and Dr. E. C. Jamieson.