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. DAILY SHQRT STORY
The Revivified Mummy,
In the dead of night Frank Ho-gan-and
Larry Peterson stole into
the museum. -On tip toes, that,
they might not djsturb the
guards, they went down the
lengthy halls;. until the room
' where the mummies reposecL was
reached; Fj-gnj a. pocket Frank,
took a key ahd &ith this cautious
ly unlocked the door. Once in-!
side the rdoni the two breathed
freely agaih.. .
"Well, hife, we are," whispered
Larry. "Wht;if we've -had this
trip for nothing, and tfie battery!
wont wakeh- foUr old mummy?''
'IShut'Hipr .cfied Frank, some--"
whaf angrily;'''.;-'I' tell you I can
bring the mtlfrimiest, mummy in
the world back to life with this
Without further conversation
the men attached wires from the
heavy electrical apparatus which
Frank had carried into the' room,
to a large mummy. This mummy
was labeled "Princess Axuma."
In a moment Frank started the
machine. It threw forth a pale,
greenish light which made the
objects in the room appear gfhast-
"See there' cried Frank, sud
denly and excitedly grabbing
Larry's- arm. "See the color
come into her face. We'll have
her awake in a moment, and as
long as wekeep the current on
we can have her with us. Think;
of it, Larry, a real princess l J
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