Life's Common Way (Classic Reprint)
Mrs. Ingledew came into her library and altered the position of a vase containing roses, which stood on the table she had arranged for the convenience of the Secretary. She was admirably dressed, with an elusive hint of a not too slavish adherence to the mode: in this, as in all things, while recognizing the value of compliance, Mrs. Ingledew held herself daintily aloof from extremes. Mr. Ingledew followed his wife into the room, while he buttoned his glove. He was a slight, rather pale man, but of well-knit frame, and with that look of endurance which so often characterizes the nervous American.
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