Never in all his life did Jurgis forget the day before election, when there came a telephone message
from a friend of Harry Adams, asking him to bring Jurgis to see him that night; and Jurgis went, and met one of the minds of the movement.
Leaving a message
with the servant requesting Norah to make the tea that morning, she went upstairs at once to the solitude and security of her own room.
When I had begun to advance Herbert's prospects by Stealth, I had been able to bear this with cheerful philosophy; he and his affianced, for their part, had naturally not been very anxious to introduce a third person into their interviews; and thus, although I was assured that I had risen in Clara's esteem, and although the young lady and I had long regularly interchanged messages
and remembrances by Herbert, I had never seen her.
Now she lets him talk as much as he likes, and actually sends him on messages
and allows him to carry things for her.
How queer it seems,' Alice said to herself, `to be going messages
for a rabbit
If a tuning-fork could be made to sing by a magnet or an electrified wire, why would it not be possible to make a musical telegraph--a telegraph with a piano key-board, so that many messages
could be sent at once over a single wire?
Maybe, by holding out in this way, I may put a stop to his sending me on messages
of this kind another time; or maybe he will think, as I suspect he will, that one of those wicked enchanters, who he says have a spite against him, has changed her form for the sake of doing him an ill turn and injuring him.
What surprised Sola most in me was that while I could catch telepathic messages
easily from others, and often when they were not intended for me, no one could read a jot from my mind under any circumstances.
I bear messages
which will make both your ears tingle.
It is as though the Aeolian harps had caught some strayed wind from an unknown world, and brought strange messages
from peopled stars.
As the sea-going member of the syndicate (whose plans depended greatly on Dona Rita's information), I used to be charged with humbly affectionate messages
for the old man.
Here are two messages
for you, Tarzan of the Apes," cried D'Arnot, turning toward the door; but his companion was not there.