Swagger. In Manhattan, Pickpocket David Hauser appeared in court wearing what he called a loot suitloose at the waist, tight at the cuffs, for the transportation of swag.
Misnomenclature. In Denver, a Blackfoot Indian named Melvin Forgets-Nothing arrived at his recruiting office nearly a day late for his physical examination.
Expediter. In Tulsa, Harry Eugene Scherer explained why he had laid some ties across a railroad track and stopped a passenger train: he wanted to get on.
No Rabbits. In Leonia, N.J., John A. Earl, candidate for a state senatorship, guarded against hocus-pocus at the...