TELLS, HOW IT FEELS TO DIE Man Turns on Gas and Writes of His Sensations Tell He Is Overcome. New York.'N. Y. Notes written in a diary by a hand turning cold in death was the legacy left Mrs. Eugene K. Martin, whose husband was found dead In his apartment a suicide by gas. Written in a clear, firm hand, was the first entry: "I am tired, so tired. I have given life a fair trial, but failed to find interest therein." Equally firm was the entry: "Listening to wireless while undergoing under-going this process of destruction." Then' a little less legible: "I am still on my feet, but starting to get dizzy." Still less controlled the hand that wrote: "I am weaker." Just readable: "Good-by. Alice, God bless you. 1 love you." Then a wavy line a sentence never completed.