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By Kitty Aldridge

ISBN-10: 0224096435

ISBN-13: 9780224096430

After the disappearance in their father and the surprising loss of life in their mom, lee hart and his deaf brother, ned, think all is misplaced until eventually lee lands a traineesh1p at their neighborhood funeral domestic and discovers there's lifestyles after loss of life.

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Ned, it's a success! I've got my first photo telephone picture! " CHAPTER XIV. " "It's a success, Ned! " cried Tom, in delight. "Ouch! " replied Ned, rubbing his shoulder, where the young inventor had imparted a resounding blow of joy. " exclaimed Tom. "My apparatus works! I can send a picture by telephone! " "But I don't exactly understand how it happened," said Ned, in some bewilderment, as he gazed at the selenium plate. "Neither do I," admitted Tom, when he had somewhat calmed down. "That is, I don't exactly understand what made the thing succeed now, when it wouldn't work for me a little while ago.

There were no traces of the intruders, however, though the two chums looked carefully about outside the building. "You were too quick for them, Ned," said Tom. "You came as soon as I called. " "They must have been pretty quick at getting away. " After some consultation and consideration it was decided to set the burglar alarms in every building of the Swift plant. Some time previous, when he had been working on a number of valuable inventions, unscrupulous men had tried to steal his ideas and models.

He pointed upward to the darkness. Like some black bird of prey the airship was already lost to sight, though CHAPTER XI. THE AIRSHIP IS TAKEN 39 Tom Swift And His Photo Telephone it would have seemed as if her white planes might render her visible. But she had moved so swiftly that, during the short search, she had already disappeared. " asked Ned. "Certainly," spoke Tom. "I'm going to telephone an alarm to all the nearby towns. " CHAPTER XII. A STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE Disappointed and puzzled, Tom and Ned went to where Koku was standing in rather a dazed attitude.

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