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" I think I'll go to our car and take a little nap," she said.
" Oh, don't " began Chapman surprisingly, but stopped there.
She was gone and the kindred spirits were alone.
" I suppose," said Chapman, "you've been to Lake Louise."
" Wonderful! " Hazel responded. " Did you ever see anything as pretty in your life? They talk about the lakes of Ireland and Scotland and Switzerland, but I don't believe they can compare with Lake Louise. I was therewith Bess Eldridge just before she got engaged to Harley Bateman. He was "
" Your friend's a mighty pretty girl."
" I suppose some people would think her pretty. It's a matter of individual taste."
" Very quiet, isn't she? "
" Poor Mildred hasn't much to say. You see, she's never had any advantages and there's really nothing she can talk about. But what was I saying? Oh, yes; about Harley Bateman "
" I think that's a good idea, taking a little nap. I believe I'll try it, too."
Hazel and Chapman lunched alone next day.
" I'm afraid Mildred is a little train sick," said Hazel. " She says she is all right but just isn't hungry. I guess the trip has ,~ been a little too much for her. You see, this is the first time she's ~ ever been anywhere at all."
The fact was that Mildred did not like to be stared at and Chapman had stared at her all through dinner the night before, stared ;~ at her, she thought, as if she were a curiosity, as if he doubted that ~ one so dumb could be real. She liked him, too, and it would have been so nice if she had been more like Hazel, never at a loss for ~ something to say and able to interest him in her conversation.
"We'll be in Ogden in half an hour," said Chapman. " We stay ~ there twenty-five minutes. That ought to give your friend a`~ chance to get over whatever ails her. She should get out and walk ~~ around and get some air."
" You seem quite interested in Mildred," Hazel said.
" She's a mighty attractive girl," he replied. "And besides, I:~ feel sorry for anybody that "
" Men don't usually find her attractive. She's pretty in a way, but it's a kind of a babyish face."

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