i ; ; ; ; 1 ! , 1 SUDDEN DEATH YESTtlnftf i' OF MRS. JENNIE WATKINS. Widow of Thomas G. "Watkins Visiting Visiting An Uncle In Tennessee When Stricken With Heart Failure. A telogram received yesterday announced announced tin; death of Mrs. Jennie Watklna, widow of Thomas G. Wutklns, of Louisville. Louisville. Death was sudden, and was due to hfXLrt failure. Mrs. U'atkins was vlsltlnff her unolo. Dr. Ilanna. of Bethpago, Term., when tho final summons came. Thomas Watklns, her son, who had been doing report orlal work on the Courier- Courier- Journal during the summer I months, left for Hethpagc yesterday i morning. Immediately after receiving the ! telegram. Ho had Intended going to Hart ; county to spend a -week -week or two with rela tives before returnlnK to Central unlvors- unlvors- ii. ill. inut int.-. int.-. int.-. wiini; in; vwii uu itu iiit 8n,cu,r ln E,1Kilsh ne!tt term and where ne ha.i a fellowship. Ho planned to take his degree of Master of Arts In tho spring. Mrs. Watklns was a native of Sumner county. Tenn.. and was married to Thou w".tkl,nf abo,lt twenty-threa twenty-threa twenty-threa years ago: Mr. Wutklns was then doliiK newsiaper work Iti lyn.lsvllle. He w. city editor oC the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal and afterward financial editor. Ho died two vears ago, nnd sinee that time Mis. Watklns had not resliled ir. "Louisville, where iihe lnid many menus, one nan ueen residing ill l.miiviiie jmiee ine (iimiii ui nei itiimiitjiu ln order that ."he might be with her son while he was attending college. The funeral services will lie held at Ilethpage this morning and the burial will be ln the cemetery at Cammer, Ky., this afternoon.