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It relates, of course to the young man whom Mrs. Perrigo told us of the young man who led pugs in Kensington Gardens." "The pogs of Madame, my spouse," said M. Bonnechose, with a bow and a solemn expression. "Two pogs Fifi and Chou-Chou." "M. Bonnechose," continued the chief, regarding his company with yet another smile, "is the proprietor of a what is your establishment, monsieur?"

Countess Betty was going to talk to Madame Bonnechose about it; she had a very keen eye for such matters. She gathered her roses together and went into the house. She was astonished to find Boris in the living-room as early as this. In his suit of cream-colored silk, with the carnation-red belt, he sat in a chair waiting, pale, very handsome, and a trifle solemn. "What?

Yes, but that is always the way: we think that together we stand on a very high plane, high above everything small and foolish; we think that the great moment is coming now, for which we have been waiting a lifetime; and then it comes to naught again, one is alone after all, and you, you have stayed down below there in the world of of Madame Bonnechose."

We went to theatre in the evening Comédie Française the place, Rosemunde the piece. It is the composition of a young man with a promising name Émile de Bonnechose; the story that of Fair Rosamond. There were some good situations, and the actors in the French taste seemed to me admirable, particularly Mademoiselle Bourgoin. It would be absurd to attempt to criticise what I only half understood; but the piece was well received, and produced a very strong effect. Two or three ladies were carried out in hysterics; one next to our box was frightfully ill. A Monsieur

"Oh, that is it," she said as she ate, "but Bonnechose says, cette pauvre Runtze has had her own romance and her own unhappy love-affair." The corners of the housekeeper's mouth were drawn down still lower and more tartly. "In our station all sorts of things can happen: we love for a while and then again we don't and are at peace. But with our mistresses it is different.

Countess Betty and Madame Bonnechose came and sat beside Billy's bed, looked sympathetically at her, spoke of Billy's cough, of remedies, spoke cautiously about indifferent affairs, anxious not to touch upon anything dangerous; Billy was glad when they were all gone and the night began.

From Southampton to Havre and Rouen with Christine and Hopie. Dined with the Cardinal de Bonnechose; Circourt joined us there. 17th. To the Chateau d'Eu; found there the Duc de Montpensier and Infanta Christine, Duc and Duchesse de Chartres, Mme. de Rainneville and Lambert de Sainte-Croix. Drive in forest; very hot. 21st. Celebrated our silver wedding at Eu.

"Oh, you don't want me, surely!" cried Celia. "Please let me off I do so hate that sort of thing!" "Naturally," remarked the chief. "But I'm afraid I want you more than any one, Miss Lennard you and M. Bonnechose. Come we'll go at once Blindway has gone down to get two cabs for us." Blindway, M. Bonnechose, and Fullaway rode to the City in one cab; Celia, Allerdyke, and the chief in another.

The chief turned to leave the room, saying quietly that that was all he wished. But Fullaway, who had been staring moodily at the dead man, suddenly stopped him. "Look here!" he said. "I know this man, too but not as Federman. I'm not mistaken about him, and I don't think Miss Lennard or M. Bonnechose are, either. But I knew him as Fritz Ebers.

"What we knew him by Federman," replied M. Bonnechose. "Carl Federman. He told me he was looking out for a job as valet to a rich man. He had been a waiter somewhere in London some hotel, I think I did not pay much attention. Anyway, while he was looking for his job he certainly had plenty of money plenty! He do himself very well with his lunches sometimes he come and have his dinner at night.