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asked Joan for a dance at, all, with the con. sequence that Miss Gaymer, who, serenely confident that her guardian would come and eat humble pie at the last moment, had kept Number Eight free, now found herself occupying the rather unusual rSle of wallflower.. What was more, she knew she would be unable to pick up a partner, for every available man was being worked to the last ounce, and pretty girls still sat here and there about the room, chatting with chaperones and maintaining a brave appearance of enjoyment and insouciance.
" I'm not going to let Hughie see me propping a wall this dance," said Joan to herself S:-ith decision. "He would think I had been keeping it for him. What shall I do? Go back to the cloak-room? No ; it is always full of girls without partners pretending they've just dropped in to get sewn up. I'll go to the Mayor's parlour and sit there. It's never used at these dances."
Making a mental entry on the debit side of her missing partner's ledger, Miss Gaymer retired unostentatiously from the ballroom, and turned down an unlighted passage, which was blocked by a heavy screen marked "Private," and encumbered with rolls of carpet and superfluous furniture.
The darkened passage was comfortably cool and peaceful after the blaze and turmoil of the field of action, and apparently had not been

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