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her eyes was amazingly sweet."
Shamefacedly he nodded.
"Ralph, I was married last week,"
she whispered. "I know it was wicked,
Ralph. But I I loved him and I felt
that you didn't love me and were-too
honorable to fell me so. You see,
your letters had grown different. And'
I knew that we were not suited to
each other. And as soon as as fa
ther-recovers from the blow we are.
going somewhere supon our ioney
mobnl"' Ttalph caught her by the hands.
"Mary!"'lhe criedr ,!You are the wisest-woman
in the world, and the sec
ond'dearest. And-do you know where
your honeymoon -wifl be spent? In'
New Mexico, at The Miners' Rest.
It is alwaysiopen to wayfarers."
THE NINETY MILE-AN-HOUR FACE
This picture show? how an automobile race driver looks when travel
ing 90 miles an hour. It is the first of its kind ever made. 'The face is that,
of Eddie Rickenbacher, speed demon. C. Latta, a .mechanician, was
strapped to the hood, of the machine, as indicated -in the sketch below, to;
take the snavshot when going- at this -terrific speed