Delaney, followed by Harry Nichols in full uniform, 189appeared.
Sergeant Delaney, on entering the barracks, was put under arrest.
He hesitated as he glanced at the telephone wires which Delaney had cut.
"Oi reckon thot's the trail," said Delaney, after an examination.
Scarcely twelve hours had passed when a message was brought me from Delaney to come at once to the ostrich pen.
After that Delaney never strayed from the proper trail again.
They then threw down some brush and we got into it, twenty persons in all, with one blanket for Mrs. Delaney and me.
"It's a stattoo we will put up fer him in Oklahomy," said Delaney.
She looked at Mrs. Delaney, and her mother gazed solemnly at her, waiting for her to speak.
If he visits anybody today—we ought to have an extra man with Delaney.