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VARIUM ET MUTABILE

a quarter-past twelve. The music was pulsing in her ears, youth and laughter were swinging easily past her-even brushing her skirt ; and she was utterly and absolutely alone. She was just eighteen ; she was the prettiest girl (with the possible exception of Joan Gaymer) in the room ; it was her first ball-and not a man had asked her to dance. A small matter, perhaps, compared with some, but men have blown out their brains for less.
Long before she had sobbed out all her pitiful little narrative her head was on Joan's shoulder, and that mercurial young person, oblivious of everything save the fact that here was a sister in distress, was handling the situation as if she were twenty years her companion's senior instead of two.
" I stood it for nearly three hours," said the girl apologetically, "and then I, I came here."
" Well, my dear," said Joan with decision, "you aren't going to stay here any longer. You are coming straight back to the ballroom with me."
" I can't," replied the girl,-- I couldn't bear it!"
" You are coming back to the ballroom with me," repeated Miss Gaymer firmly. "There are sixteen dances to go yet, and you are going to dance the soles of your slippers through, rny child ! "
" You are awfully kind," said the girl wistfully,
but you won't be able to find me a partner 1aow,"

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