Then I go and buy provisions, bon marché—and she cooks them—and we have our meals better than at the hotel and at half the price!
With a toss of the head a parcel from the bon marché was handed to its owner.
Why did I think a commonplace pickpocket at the bon marché was a notorious criminal, wanted by two countries?
"Come in, my dear, and tell me what you think of those new teacups in the bon marché catalogue," said the old lady.
It was the gay red wagon of the bon marché, carrying bundles home to the dwellers of some up-town street.
And when the "bon marché Ballads" actually appeared, the generous creature insisted on adding another fifty pounds to the cheque.
As momma said, if we hadn't taken our tickets it was enough to have sent us to the bon marché.