Were here, but you didnt say what you wanted of us, spoke the one addressed as Whalen.
He came running, and proved to be Policeman Whalen in uniform.
The Inchaun people were thereupon attacked by the Whalen men, who slaughtered every soul in their village.
Whalen asked the other man for a match, so they could start up a fire and get warm.
The Whalen children, too, were disappointed; but Mr. Whalen and his wife were deaf to their entreaties.
They turned out to be Whalen and the other companion of Nackerson.
Tchuktchi-land teems with legends and superstitions of which Whalen had its full share.
But it is a surprise to see Whalen and that other man, whoever he is.
Whalen is the owner of thirteen hundred acres of land in Fillmore county.
A glance would have disclosed their identities—Skeel, Whalen and Murker.