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seem all the dumber. No wonder their new acquaintance had scarcely looked at her since luncheon.
" Have you ever been to San Antone ?" Chapman asked his companions.
" Isn't it wonderful !" Hazel exclaimed. " The Alamo ! Wonderful ! And those dirty Mexicans ! And Salt Lake City is wonderful, too! That temple ! And swimming in the lake itself is one of the most fascinating experiences! You know, Mildred, the water is so salt that you can't sink in it. You just lie right on top of it like it was a floor. You can't sink. And another wonderful place is Lake Placid. I was going back there last summer with Bess Eldridge, but she was engaged at the time to Harley Bateman, an awfully nice boy when he wasn't drinking, but perfectly terrible when he'd had a few drinks. He went to college with my brother, to Michigan. Harley tried for the football nine, but the coach hated him. His father was a druggist and owned the first automobile in Berrien County. So we didn't go to Placid last summer, but I'm going next summer sure. And it's wonderful in winter, too ! "
" It feels funny, where that tooth was," said Chapman.
" Outside of one experience," said Hazel, " I've never had any trouble with my teeth. I'd been suffering from rheumatism and somebody suggested it might be a bad tooth, but I couldn't believe it because my teeth are perfect- "
" This was all shot to pieces," said Chapman.
" But my friends always say they envy me my teeth ; my teeth and my complexion. I try to keep my mouth clean and my face clean, and I guess that's the answer. But it's hard to keep clean on a train."
" Where are you going? Out to the coast?"
" Yes. Frisco and then Los Angeles."
" Don't call it Frisco in front of them Californians. They don't like their city to be called Frisco. Is this your first trip out there ? "
" No. I was there a good many years ago."
She turned to Mildred.
" You didn't know that, did you ?" she said. But Mildred was asleep. " Poor Mildred ! She's worn out. She isn't used to trav-ling. She's quite a pretty girl, don't you think so?"
" Very pretty ! "

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