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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

"That of course is a horse of another colour," said the Senator. "It would naturally be a satisfaction to him to know that during his absence I should be there to keep an eye on you."
" `A considerable satisfaction," said Lisette.
To facilitate the conversation she rose from her seat and made herself comfortable on the Senator's knees. He pressed her hand tenderly.
" I am very fond of you, Lisette," he said. "I should not like you to make a mistake. Are you sure he will make you happy?"
" I think so."
" I will have proper enquiries made. I would never consent to your marrying anyone not of exemplary character and -unimpeachable morality. For all our sakes we must make quite sure about this young man whom we are preparing to brincy into our lives."
Lisette raised no objection. She was aware that the Senator liked to do things with order and method. He now prepared to leave her. He wanted to break his important news to Madame Le Sueur, and he had to get in touch with various persons in the parliamentary group to which he belonged.
" There is only one more thing," he said, as he bade Lisette an affectionate farewell, "if you marry I must insist on your giving up your work. The place of a wife is the home, and it is against all my principles that a married woman should take the bread out of a man's mouth."
Lisette reflected that a strapping young man would look rather funny walking round the room, with his hips swaying, to show off the latest models, but she respected the Senator's principles.
" It shall be as you wish, darling," she said.
The enquiries he made were satisfactory and the marriage took place on a Saturday morning as soon as the legal formalities were completed. Monsieur Le Sueur, Minister of the Interior., and Madame Saladin were witnesses. The bridegroom was a

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