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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

influence and consequence of the fair land of France. A very good speech indeed.
The wedding breakfast was held at the Chateau de Madrid, which had sentimental associations for Monsieur Le Sueur. It has been mentioned already that among his many interests the Minister (as we must now call him) was interested in a firm of motor-cars. His wedding present to the bridegroom was a very nice two seater of his own manufacture, and in this, when lunch was over, the young couple started off for their honeymoon. This could only last over the week-end since the young man had to get back to his work, which would take him to Marseilles, Toulon and Nice. Lisette kissed her aunt and she kissed Monsieur Le Sueur.
" I shall expect you at five on Monday," she whispered to him. "I shall be there," he answered.
They drove away and for a moment Monsieur Le Sueur and Madame Saladin looked at the smart yellow roadster.
" As long as he makes her happy," sighed Madame Saladin, who was not used to champagne at lunch and felt unreasonably melancholy.
" 'If he does not make her happy he will have me to count, with," said Monsieur Le Sueur impressively. His car drove up.
" Au revoir, chere Madaine. You will get a bus at the Avenuc de Neuilly."
He stepped into his car and as he thought of the affairs of state that awaited his attention he sighed with content. It was evidently much more fitting to his situation that his mistress should be, not just a little mannequin in a dressmaker's shop, but a respectable married woman.

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