The third Bell, the only one of this remarkable family who concerns us at this time, was a young man, barely twenty-eight, at the time when his ear caught the first cry of the telephone.
But it gave him at least a starting-point, and he forthwith commenced his quest of the telephone.
She had no very clear vision of Denham himself, when she lifted the telephone to her lips and replied that she thought Saturday would suit her.
On getting out of bed that morning he had fully made up his mind to ignore what had been said the night before; he had been convinced, by the sight of Denham, that his love for Katharine was passionate, and when he addressed her early that morning on the telephone, he had meant his cheerful but authoritative tones to convey to her the fact that, after a night of madness, they were as indissolubly engaged as ever.
Her maid answered the telephone which was in the countess' boudoir.
Tell her that she must arise and slip something about her and come to the telephone.
An instant later I heard through the telephone
a muffled thud, as if his head had fallen forward on the desk.
just as he had heard it in the telephone
receiver, sounded in his ears the words, "On my honor as a gentleman.
Martin went to the telephone
in the corner of the room, and felt a wave of warmth rush through him as he heard Ruth's voice.
Let me pawn my rings," the Ancient Mariner had urged, not for the first time, over the telephone
You won't forget to telephone
about this guest of yours?
On the big, flat-topped desk in the middle of the room you'll find a telephone
He gave grandfather fifty an acre for it on long time, an' here am I, workin' for the telephone
company an' putting' in a telephone
for old Silva's cousin from the Azores that can't speak American yet.
He reached Brown's at twenty minutes past two and left it again at twenty-three minutes past; for, directly he entered, the hall porter had handed him a telephone
By the way, I can't realize that we really have telephones
in Avonlea now.