MRS. AMELIA HUSTON FOUND DYING IN HER EASY CHAIR. Widow of Maxwell A. Huston Beached Age of Seventy-five Funeral Services To-morrow. Mrs. Amlia Huson, aged 75 years, the widow of Maxwell A. Huston, died suddenly at the home of her sons. Prank C. Huston and Wi'JUam A. Huston, near Anchorage, at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Huston was in apparent good health and was sitting in the living-room when a member of the family entered- and found her unconscious. Dr. Winston, of Anchor- age, was called, but before he arf lved shVhad died. Heart troubie is supposed, m liAve -msed death hSZ Am oi Jefferson Uay vKTd-1??:. thre? i? ? H0" and V ilJam A. Huston, of Anchorage, and Samuel 1L Huston,l;of Louisville alt or wnom are conneciea wira uie iouis- ville Insurance Company Two daughters aire also left. They are Mrs. Benjamin F. Pilsan, of Washington, D. C, and Mrs. H. C. McCorkhdll, of Louisville. Tbe funenU will take place at the residence to-morrow afternoon. The hour has not yet been decided pending the arrival of Mj-3. PJlson, and the burial will be in Cave Hill'cemetery.