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The manager. '* 40 *'THEY HAD STOLEN MY DANCE" knowing I went home and I left the theatre in desperation, not what to My do. consulted my head swam. friends. They advised me to go and see another manager, and, if I secured an engagement, simply to drop the other theatre. went to the began to cry, and Theatre, but on the I my I was in tears when I asked to see the manager, there. way I I arrived and told him story. He me one hundred and fifty dollars a week. I was to make my first appearance at once, and sign a contract dating from the next day.

I had quite forgotten the incident when, some time the of the hotel at after, I received a little casket, addressed to me from India. It contained a skirt of very thin white silk, of a peculiar shape, and some pieces 27 of silk gauze. The FIFTEEN YEARS OF A DANCER'S box: WFE was not more than sixteen inches long and was hardly nothing taller else, than a cigar box. It contained line, not a card. How odd not a 1 From whom could it come I knew no one in India. All at once, however, remembered the dinner and the young officers.

She on borrowing, that was all. But this time I had made up my mind to force her to give back what she had taken from me. Presently I ceased to want to do anything of had kept right the sort. Instead of further upsetting me the The longer she danced the calmer I became. And when she had finished her " turn,'' I began to applaud sincerely and with sight of her soothed me. great joy. It was not admiration that elicited my applause but an entirely opposite feehng. My imitator was so ordinary that, sure of my own no longer dreaded her.

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