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Well, even if Mildred had been used to trains, that remark would have interfered seriously with her night's sleep.
Mildred found Chapman awaiting her in the diner next morn ing, an hour west of Truckee.
" Are those the snow-sheds you spoke of ?"
" Yes," he replied, " but we'll talk about them later. First I want to ask you a few questions."
" Ask me questions! " said Mildred. "Well, they'll have to be simple ones or I won't be able to answer them."
" They're simple enough," said Chapman. " The first one is, do you know IIarley Bateman ? "
" I know o f him, but I don't know him." " Do you know Bess Eldridge ?" "Just to speak to; that's all."
" What other trips have you taken besides this? "
" None at all. This is really the first time I've ever been any where."
" Has your friend ever been engaged ?"
" Yes; twice. It was broken off both times."
" I bet I know why. There was no place to take her on a honey, moon." .
" What do you mean ? "
" Oh, nothing. Say, did I tell you about getting my tooth pulled in Milwaukee?"
" I don't believe so," said Mildred.
" Well, I had a terrible toothache. It was four days ago. And I thought there was no use fooling with it, so I went to a dentist and told him to pull it. He said I'd better take gas, but I wouldn't. So he pulled it and it pretty near killed me, but I never batted an eye. He said it was one of the toughest teeth he'd ever seen; roots as big as your little finger. And the tooth itself full of poison."
" How terrible ! You must be awfully brave! "
" Look here, at the hole," said Chapman, opening his mouth.
" Why, Mr. Chapman, it must have hurt horribly! "
" Call me Dan."
" Oh, I couldn't."
" Well, listen-are you going to be with Miss Hazel all the time you're in San Francisco ? "
"Why, no," said Mildred. " Hazel is going to visit her aunt in Berkeley part of the time. And I'm going to stop at the Fair mont."

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" When is she going to Berkeley? "
" Next Tuesday, I think."
" Can I phone you next Wednesday?
" But Hazel will be gone then."
" Yes, I know," said Chapman, "but if you don't mind, I'll phone you just the same. Now about these siiow-sheds "

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