For- f f e t Bo- n e r , t e r s b n , l a s ; and show Arlin Hudgins, Taken by Death Arlin Alvin Hudgins, 61 years was found dead about 2 o'clock terday afternoon in his room at Auditorium Hotel. He was aiscover- ed by a brother. E. E. Hudgins, his wife, of 740 North Mirror. Justice of the Pence Charles Carder conducted a coroner's inquest but had not returned a verdict night. Mr. Hudgins, an automobile radiator repair man for much cf his ariult life, had lived In Ama- rlllo 25 years. He came here rialnvlew. He was born April .12, 1890, in Denton County. He was a veteran of the first World War. Other survivors include a brother, L. L. Hudgins, 608 Jefferson, and sister. Mrs. C. L. Duniven, Harrison. Arrangements still were incom- plete last night at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.