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New, former postmaster general, died tonight at the Johns i:opkins Hospital. The former member of President Harding's cabinet was 79 years old. He had been critically ill several days; but the exact-nature of his'illness was not disclosed. Before entering politics, New Tu. His wife was athis deathbed. New, 79, former postmaster general and former U.

Senator; from Indiana, died at Johns Hopkins hospital last night. His wife and Col. Parker Hitt, friends, were in the hos- pital when he died. Since his retirement New hadt been living at Bethesda, Md. A life-long Republican, New headed the nation's postal services in the Harding and Coolidge cabinets. Born in Indianapolis Dec. New, also a distinguished public servant, eNew entered newspaper work Old Comins Michigan bitches embarking on his political career. His father had served as secreta'ry of the treasury and consul-general at London.

After holding numerous state positions as well as raising to; editor and part-owner of the Indianapolis Journal, New was elected to the state senate- in He enlisted during the Spanish-' American war and served as cap- tain and assistant adjutant-general of the U. Following the war he was elected Republican national committeeman to the party convention. Later he. New was elected to the U.

Senate in and at the expiration of his term was named postmaster general by President Harding and was retained in that posiN31;:Oriftual retirementfollwing the electioji of Herbert Hoover. He was credited with inaugurating airmail service in the United States and directig its early - developmeintx He-;a',-a, I tive of Indianapolis, but lived at Chevy Chase Md. He was chair - man'of the Repubilcdn N ational Commit. In he was elected to the Senate f r o m Indiana. Harry S. New President Harding, who had been a Senate colleague, appointed him. He passed officially" from the political scene in when Walter F.

Brown replaced him in the. Coolidge Cabinet, but he returned to national. She used to have to let him out in the middle of the night and go to the kitchen door after a while to help him in, and sometimes she would go out in the coldest weather to help him up the steps, He had beeome h lplesso Even his hind legs would cross at times when he would try to walk, and he was blind completely in the right eye and could see very little with the left eye so that Old Comins Michigan bitches was running into things.

Only a day or two ago he rant into the dining room table. February 23. Leave home at. The day is very pleasant, a bit cool. We were at Mio in just 2 hours and 15 minutes, and at Turtle Lake at 2. Made three stops on the way up. Saw twenty deer, three being bucks. Not all of these were around the farm for we saw quite a nutnber on the plains. T13 next night we split even. The third night Hal Smith dropped out and Mallory took his place and. The final evening with Hal Smith back we lost twenty cepts. Deer are apparently very scarce in Turtle Lake although there are plenty of them in surrounding territory.

A large section of Turtle Lake I think is devoid of food. The popples have grown too high and they have smothered out all the small growth. This is what I have warned against for a of years - that they would have to cut down the popples and let brush spring up ever so often. On the first day we drove Sixteen, Merrill, Hawks and Angus - four drives, a good deal for one day. There was but one deer killed and that by New way outside the drive. There was not a deer came out of Sixteen. I know I only saw two deer all day. This isn't very encouraging as the territory we drove today has always been considered about the best.

On the way homecoming around through the Cady,Tom Webber shot a buck for camp purposes. Seems that Leslie has been doing some burning in this locality and there is quite a good deal of brush and new grass, and this party that. We drive home via the Alpena road quite a long drive it was too. I was in the lead wagon, no horsemen ahead of us, and I did not see a single deer. Ordinarily we would have seen thirty or forty. We heard very little shooting outside the property today, in fact, I only heard one shot. Did not see a partridge and I asked the drivers and they reported only having seen one.

The Webbers provided pheasants enough from their ranch so that we had roast pheasants with cream gravy for dinner, all of which was very good. We went to a new drive way on the outside beyond the Harry New drive. I did not happen to be where many crossed, but I did see quite a passing by so all told during the day I think I had seen twenty-four deer, for riding in that night, the wagon I was in took a little longer route and in territory where deer had not been disturbed at all and we saw twenty deer from the wagon. Well, we made three drives today and there was not a deer killed.

Young Hal Smith had a shot at a standing deer, and the two Woods boys and T3hitlock shot at a Old Comins Michigan bitches buck within fairly reasonable distance of them and all scored misses. I am very tired tonight.

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The road was rough and the wagon exceedingly uncomfortable, and I stopped playing Contract at 9. I put in a miserable night. Was up a good deal and suffered a good deal of pain, and feel so bad that I do not go out today.

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Lie down and take a nap of an hour or two twice and by keeping quiet feel a little bit better. Looks like rain, but it holds off until nightfall. They drive Indian Green, the Farm, and that territory and come in with three deer, and Bob McMath still hunting-shot one, so things are looking. If I am not feeling a lot better I shall go home in the morning and see what the doctor can do for me. Leave Turtle Lake at Rained hard all the way. There was no deer drive today and a good many of the younger men went off still hunting. We saw very few hunters ranged along the road - too wet.

Those we did see looked very bedraggled. Saw a good many deer coming home on automobiles. Three checking stations stopped us on the way, vhich is a good thing. The mileage,as I make it, by this Buick that I bought second-hand from Garber, is miles and the road is excellent all the vay. If I get to feeling better, Billy and I may run up for a week Old Comins Michigan bitches before the season closes but I doubt it. It was a very congenial party and I am much disappointed that I was not well and able to stay longer. Having fully recovered from my recent illness I concluded to go back to Turtle Lake for a day or two.

I wanted venison for the table and venison for mincemeat. Did not have much hope of shooting a deer myself but thought some of the others might not want their deer and would give it to me. Such proved to be the case for Jerry Webber made me a present of his deer the morning I left. His brother Tom having one, he said one deer was enough for the family. Awfully nice Old Comins Michigan bitches Jerry. So this morning about 8. It was a beautiful day for a drive and the car is very easy riding, ro good, and I enjoyed the trip. Took about three hours and twenty minutes.

I saw, I think it was, twenty-two deer; most of them however were around the farm. There are six deer that hang around the Clubhouse, one of them a magnificent back that may be the fawn we knew as "Bucky" two years ago. At any rate, they are tame and come up and get carrots and apples, On entering the Club grounds,before I got to the river I ran across New and a few of the hunters. He told me to go right across the bridge. Cont'd where two wagons would be waiting and to get into one and the hunt as he was putting in the drivers on that side of the river.

I did this. A of new arrivals were in the wagons and some of the old ones have gone. Fred Smith and Jake Steubenwall, friends of the Webbers, are here. They, by the way, stayed over the following Wednesday and each killed a buck still hunting. Hal Smith, on his black horse, is to leave for home this afternoon but stayed with Ls for two drives. My recollection is no one had a shot.

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A few deer were seen and they told of having seen a large coyote the day before. We were back to the Clubhouse in good season and I had a pleasant evening playing Contract with Jerry Webber and Fred Smith, ani my partner was Steubenwall. Another nice day and we make several drives. I have not had a shot this fall but I think that two bucks passed me yesterday and today but I am not certain. My eyesight is. I did see an albino fawn about two-thirds white. We play cards again this evening and the party has narrowed down so that there is only one-half of one table full at mealtime.

All of them say they are going Wednesday morning. Up to the present time just nineteen deer have been killed, three of them camp deer. This is less than one-half of what the usual kill has been in the last few years per man. Hal Smith and his two sons went home without a deer. Old Buck's brother, Bum, is in the hospital in Alpena.

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