Would she never rise to the conception of modern business? It was not the outgo that counted, but the receipts. Milly knew that already. "I'll do you a better one next time," Sam promised, "when you open your first succursale, Milly." "That will be next autumn in New York," Milly announced. "My stars!" said Ernestine. They opened the Cake Shop just before the holidays, with a great party.

"Madame," said he, "I have the pleasure to inform you that Mademoiselle Jeanne Bossière, late of Frélus, is living in Paris at 743^bis Boulevard Port Royal, and spends all her days at the succursale of the French Red Cross in the Rue Vaugirard." "Have you seen her and told her?" "No, madame, that did not come within my instructions." "I am infinitely grateful to you," said Peggy.

I speak on the best authority my laundress; for she attends the succursale in the Rue de Chateaudun; and if the poor woman, being, luckily for me, a childless widow, gets a morsel she can spare, she sells it to me." "Sells it!" feebly exclaimed Lemercier. "Croesus! you have money then, and can buy?" "Sells it on credit! I am to pension her for life if I live to have money again.

Don't interrupt me. This honest woman goes this morning to the succursale. I promise myself a delicious bifteck of horse. She gains the succursale, and the employee informs her that there is nothing left in his store except truffles. A glut of those in the market allows him to offer her a bargain-seven francs la boite. Send me seven francs, De Breze, and you shall share the banquet."

The cercle or casino and its succursale the Villa des Fleurs, with their many spacious rooms, reading-room, concert-room, baccarat-room, their restaurants, their beautiful gardens, are thronged at all hours of the day with the smart folk of all nationalities.

Don't interrupt me. This honest woman goes this morning to the succursale. I promise myself a delicious bifteck of horse. She gains the succursale, and the employee informs her that there is nothing left in his store except truffles. A glut of those in the market allows him to offer her a bargain-seven francs la boite. Send me seven francs, De Breze, and you shall share the banquet."

The young Marchese the "Marchesino," as he was often called, to distinguish him from his uncle, the Marchese Lamberto was one of the small committee of the Circolo, who had had the management of all the arrangements for the ball; and was, accordingly, well aware of the whereabouts of this little "succursale" to the supper-room.

Jeanne worked from morning to night in the succursale of the Croix Rouge in the Rue Vaugirard. She had tried, after the establishment of her affairs, to enter, in no matter what capacity, a British base hospital. It would be a consolation for her surrender of Doggie to work for his wounded comrades.

I speak on the best authority my laundress; for she attends the succursale in the Rue de Chateaudun; and if the poor woman, being, luckily for me, a childless widow, gets a morsel she can spare, she sells it to me." "Sells it!" feebly exclaimed Lemercier. "Croesus! you have money then, and can buy?" "Sells it on credit! I am to pension her for life if I live to have money again.