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tor. It was the first time I ever saw him when he wasn't blacked up. Well, we were walking out of the theater that night and who should we run into but Harley Bateman, terribly boiled, and a girl from Elkhart, Joan Killian. So Bess broke off her engagement and last fall she married a man named Wannop who's interested in flour-mills or something up in Minneapolis. So I didn't get to the Thousand Islands after all. That is, a second time.
" But I always think that if a person hasn't taken that trip, they haven't seen anything. And Bess would have certainly enjoyed it. She used to bite her finger-nails till she didn't have any left. But she married this man from Minneapolis."
After luncheon the three moved to the observation-car and made a brave effort to be interested in what passes for scenery in Nebraska.
For no possible reason, it reminded Chapman of Northern Michigan. ,
" Have you ever been up in Northern Michigan ?"
" Yes, indeed," said Hazel. " I visited a week once in Petoskey. Some friends of mine named Gilbert. They had their own launch. Ina Gilbert-that's Mrs. Gilbert-her hair used to be the loveliest thing in the world and she had typhoid or something and lost nearly all of it. So we played Mah Jongg every afternoon and evening."
" I mean 'way up," said Chapman. " Mackinac Island and the Upper Peninsula, the Copper Country."
" Oh, wonderful!" said Hazel. "Calumet and Houghton and Hancoch ! Wonderful ! And the boat trip is wonderful ! Though I guess I was about the only one that thought so. Everybody else was sick. The captain said it was the roughest trip he'd ever been on, and he had lived on the Great Lakes for forty years. And another time I went across from Chicago to St. Joseph. But that wasn't so rough. We visited the House of David in Benton Harbor. They wear long beards. We were almost in hysterics, Marjorie Trumbull and I. But the time I went to Petoskey, I went alone."
" You see a lot of Finns up in that Northern Peninsula," remarked Chapman.
" Yes, and Sis had a Finnish maid once. She couldn't hardly understand a word of English. She was a Finn. Sis finally had to let her go. Now she has an Irish girl for a maid and Jennie

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