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Joan and Sylvia Tarrant foregathered in the middle of the floor.
" I think we'd better dress here, dear," said Joan cheerfully, " and leave the nobility and gentry to fight for the dressing-tables. After all," she added complacently, " you and I need the least doing up of any of them."
The tableaux on the whole were a success, though it was some time before the audience were permitted to inspect them. The musical director, a nervous individual with a penchant for applied science, had spent the greater part of two days in fixing up an electric bell of heroic proportions controlled from the conductor's desk and ringing into the ear of the gentleman in charge of the lighting arrangements. A carefully type-written document (another by-product of the musician's versatility) apprised this overwrought official that one ring signified " stage-lights up," and two rings `° stage-lights down." Just before the curtain rose for the first tableau, the conductor pressed his button once. After an interval of about two seconds, since the stage-lights showed no inclination to go up,-as a matter of fact the controller of illuminants was tenderly nursing a hopelessly perforated ear-drum.,-the agitated musician convinced that the bell had not rung, rang it again. Consequently, just as the curtain rose, every single lamp on the stage, from the footlights to the overhead battens, was hastily extinguished.
Confusion reigned supreme. The conductor pressed

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