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ceeded to fill up the vacancies caused in her programme by the defection of the dancing warriors from Ipsleigh. Among the first applicants for the favour of a waltz was Mr Guy Haliburton.
" All right-Number Two," said Joan.
Haliburton wrote it down, and asked for another,
" I'll see how you waltz first," said Miss Gaymer frankly. "Then-perhaps! I am rather particular."
The music had risen to her brain like wine, and she was in what her admirers would have called her most regal, and her detractors her most objectionable, mood. Mr Haliburton, however, merely bowed reverentially, and made way for an avalanche of Binkses and Cherubs, with whom Joan, babbling at the top of her voice and enjoying every moment of her triumph, booked a list of fixtures that stretched away far into to-morrow morning.
The waltz with the fascinating Haliburton proved so satisfactory-in point of fact, he was easily the best dancer in the room-that Joan immediately granted him two more. It was characteristic of her that she declined to take the floor again until the unfortunate gentlemen at whose expense Haliburton was being honoured had been found, brought to her, and apprised of their fate. They protested feebly, but Joan swept them aside in a fashion with which they were only too familiar.

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