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WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. C. to Date
Biographical Dictionary of the Famous and Those Who Wanted to Be Edited by Irwin L. Gordon

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NOTE THE editor begs leave to inform the public that only persons who can produce proper evidence of their demise will be admitted to Who Was Who. Press Agent notices or complimentary comments are absolutely excluded, and those offering to pay for the insertion of names will be prosecuted. As persons become eligible they will be included without solicitation, while the pages will be expurgated of others should good luck warrant. Who Was Who contains over 500 biographies of those who did or endeavored to become famous. In a work of such magnitude errors occasionally occur. Should this be the case, the editor will be glad to receive corrections from the ex-celebrities or their enemies. These will be accepted gratis. Proofs will be sent to all subscribers. Members of the family will be able to order the coming editions in advance by applying and remitting to the publisher. The work is fully protected by the libel laws of the United States and Great Britain. Under no circumstance will duels be fought. The editor wishes to express his thanks to those who have furnished material for this book. He also trusts they will show their good feeling by purchasing a copy, and that all the unfortunates will speedily be returned to Who's Who. THE EDITOR. ABBREVIATIONS A1.......... A. B........ A. M........ Cit......... C. O. D..... Cong........ D. D........ Dem......... D. H........ D. T........ Ets......... F. R. A..... F. R. G. S.. G. O. P..... Hon......... H. R. H..... I........... Incog....... IOU......... Ire......... LL. D....... M. P........ Parl........ P. M........ Can open charge account. Four years hard sentence. When we get up. Common people. No credit. A Washington organization used for social and investigation purposes. Be careful of your jokes. Politicians who get in office, once in awhile. Pull. Delirium tremens. The rest of us. Brains. People who do not stay at home. Hic jacet. Speaker of the occasion. Chief advertiser for cigarettes, mustard and kid gloves. Roosevelt. Prominent men in Paris. Hard luck. Mother of politicians. American millionaires. Home rule debaters. Where the M. P.s debate. When we go to bed.

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R. A........ Rep......... R. I. P..... Sir......... U. S. A..... Any kind of a painter but a cubist. See G. O. P. See following pages. Writers and tea merchants. Bryan + Wilson.

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OBITUARY Bryan, William Jennings, of U. S. A. Cannon, Joseph G., of U. S. Congress. Castro, Cipriano, of Venezuela Asphalt Trust. Cavalieri, Lina, of Paris and New York City. Cook, Doctor Fred. A., of New York City and Denmark. Dewey, George E., of U. S. N. Diaz, Perfiro, of Mexico. Din, Gunga, of Kipling. Dreyfus, Captain, of France. Fallieres, Armand, of the French Republic. Gorky, Maxime, of Russia. Hafid, Mulai, of Morocco. Hamed, Abdul, of Turkey. Hammerstein, Oscar, of New York City and London. Holmes, Sherlock, of Doyle. Huerta, V., General of Mexico. Irish Home Rule, of Ireland and London. Johnson, Jack, of U. S. A. Lloyd-George, David, of England. Manuel, King, of Portugal. Pankhurst, Mrs., of England. Patti, Adelina, of Wales. Roberts, Frederick S., of Kandohr. Rojesvensky, Admiral, of Russia. Roosevelt, Theodore, of "The Outlook." Shackelton, Earnest, of England. Shuster, Morgan, of Persia. Sulzer, William, of Tammany Fall. Taft, William Howard, of Cincinnati, U. S. A. Time, Father, of Everywhere. Turkey. Widow, Merry, of Paris, London, and New York City.

BIOGRAPHIES A ADAM[1] (last name unknown), ancestor, explorer, gardener, and inaugurator of history. Biographers differ as to his parentage. Born first Saturday of year 1. Little is known of his childhood. Education: Self-educated. Entered the gardening and orchard business when a young man. Was a strong anti-polygamist. Married Eve, a close relative. Children, Cain and Abel (see them). Was prosperous for some years, but eventually fell prey to his wife's fruitful ambitions. Lost

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favor of the proprietor of the garden, and failed in business. A. started a number of things which have not been perfected. Diet: Fond of apples. Recreation: Chess, agriculture. Address: Eden, General Delivery. Clubs: Member of all exclusive clubs. [1] Ed. Note: Adam should not be first, but he is given that position out of respect.

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ABEL, son of the above. Spent early days in the Garden of Eden with his parents, and later traveled with them. Conducted a sheep raising business. Finally had a row with his brother, and was knocked out in the first round. ABRAHAM, a patriarch whose descendants now own New York City, Jerusalem, vast sections of the remainder of the globe, and control the pawn-broking, diamond, theatrical, and old clothing markets. Camel and sheep merchant. Considerable land was willed him. A. prospered. Married Sarah (last name unknown). Marital infelicity followed, A. having an affair with Mrs. Abraham's maid. The woman was discharged, and the family lived happily ever afterward. Ambition: The chosen people. Recreation: Riding, tennis, camel racing. Address: Caanan. Clubs: Country. ABRUSSI, Prince Luigi Amedeo Guiseppe Maria Ferdinando Francesco, of the Italian nobility. Spent the greater portion of his life taking care of his name, climbing mountains, fighting Turks, and denying rumors regarding his marriage. ACHILLES (first name unknown), a baby whose mother gave him a bath, but forgot to wash all of his feet. Later was veteran of the siege of Troy. Died before receiving pension. AESOP, novelist, nature faker. Little is known of his childhood except that he was fond of dogs and played with the cat. Later he made animals his life's study. A. discovered the zoological principal that a turtle can run faster than a rabbit, and that foxes never eat sour grapes. Publications: Fables; the book has had a good sale. Address: Greece. Clubs: Zoological Societies. ALADDIN, of Somewhere. An ancient who possessed a lamp and a genii with which he could secure anything an American millionaire or actress can now purchase. ALDRICH, Senator N. W., architect of the Aldrich Plan, a system for removing the financial interests of the country from the common people and placing them in the hands of the few. ALPHONSO XIII, a king who enjoyed Paris without losing his job. AMUNDSON, Captain Roald, another pole discoverer. Away back in the year 1912 he reached the south pole after a considerable journey through the Arctic regions. Like his predecessors he

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became an author and lecturer. Publications: The South Pole. Price, Pd2.2S in England; $10.50 in the U. S. Later A. retired and lived on his royalty. Ambition: A few more poles, a few more books. ANANIAS. See Dr. Cook and Roosevelt.

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ANDERSON, Mary, actress; one of the wisest women who ever lived. In the height of a brilliant stage career she fell in love, and decided that a quiet home with a husband and children was more to be desired than the empty plaudits of the crowd, and the attentions of stage-door Johnnies. ANGELO, Mike, painter and sculptor of no mean ability. Born in Italy, but named after Irish relatives. At school he showed his talents by making cartoons of the teachers. These were unappreciated. Moved to Florence, where he bought some chisels, brushes, and saw his first model. A. remained a bachelor. Later he moved to Rome, and began a brilliant church-decorating career. Secured permission of the Pope to give an exhibition in the Vatican. This was finally made permanent. Also made a fortune erecting tomb-stones for the Medici family, leading politicians of his time. It is difficult to leave Italy without seeing much of his work. A. never favored the cubists or post-impressionists. Recreations: Painting, sculpture. Address: Rome. ANTHONY, Saint, of Pauda. An Italian who visited Paris, and could not forget what he saw. ANTOINETTE, Marie, wife of Louis No. 15, who assisted her husband to spend the French taxes. Was also a practical joker, her humor terminating at Versailles when she advised a mob to eat cake during a bread famine. Her wit was unappreciated. Ambition: Anything but October 16, 1791. Recreation: Versailles; looking through a grated window. Address: Versailles. Later: Consiergerie, Paris. APOLLO, a handsome ancient who fell in love, posed for his statues, patronized music and poetry, and, finally, had a table water named in his honor. Career: See longer and less respectable biographies. A. was the first person to sing to the accompaniment of a musical instrument, but he was a good singer. Ambition: Paris. Recreation: Music, travel, archery. Address: Greece. Clubs: Athletic, musical. ARC, Joan of, celebrated French suffragette. Spent girlhood milking cows and embroidering. When the English ministry began operations in France J. dropped her embroidery in the milk bucket and began suffragetting. She did not break windows or blow up anything. Gathered a host of males about her and captured towns. English exited. J. went back to the cow, but again had to take to the armor. She was finally jailed, and burnt up by the Radical ministry. She burned an old maid. Recreation: Barn dances, churning. Clubs: Orleans Suffragette.

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Herbert Henry. Recreation: Dodging. pocket bath-tubs. accent. ATKINS. King. Marcus. celebrated red-coat-wearing dandy who flirts with nurses and cooks. toy demolisher. Address: Constantly in danger of a change. for making speeches. and restoration of the tea canteen. a very dead English sovereign who manufactured the Round Table. a man who sent his name down through history with a bad odor attached to it. and an idiotic father. and a general nuisance. posing for motion pictures. Career: A series of adventures. Beverage: Everything. Was frequently ill. throat exerciser. Recreation: Jacks. parlor tricks. s. Ambition: Tortoise-shell monocles. recreation: Grailing. although it is now conceded he can often hit a man-sized target at the distance of 4 feet 3 inches. Introduced brains into Greece. and did all the things a good English king should do. B BABY. AURELIUS. and who ran things after 1908. Address: Windsor. Also juggled dynamite in Parliament (see Lloyd-George).WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. ARTHUR. nurse distractor.. Became proficient as a knight. to Date ARISTOTLE. Ambition: Women without ambitions. camp manacurists. spends his time boasting about South Africa and the U. Stayed away from the palace so much his queen began flirting. or building triumphant arches or ruins. Press Agent: Lord Tennyson. A. a Chicago family who keep the world supplied with meat. father and mother. Was crowned in Westminster Abbey. collecting stamps. Edited a huge book which bears his name. T. ATLAS. and exhibiting royalty. Despite his shortcomings he ruled Home with an iron hand--a tear caused Get any book for free on: www. Epitaph: See Emperor William. Education: At home. must be clear. blindman's-buff. Al's sword was a wonder. ASQUITH. a man who held up the heavens and was not even a preacher. and themselves out of the government jails. an unscrupulous tyrant. golf. Clubs: Favored Radical. Was also a favorite rallying point for suffragettes. for being murdered. His first appearance caused heaven at home. Buckingham. ARNOLD. backbone. an Englishman who helped run things in his country before 1908.. 6 ARMOUR. Benedict. C. May-pole festivities. S. Authorities differ as to his marksmanship. but without the American contingent. Thomas.com . Is an authority on creases. one of the few Romans who is not remembered for crossing a river. H. Little is known of his Prince of Waleshood. Kipling. however. E. Weather.Abika. Led a successful wing-dipping expedition against some of his countrymen who held titles to names and property. for murdering somebody. a poor sleeper. and tea.

C. BAEDEKER. and vodka in Russia. Alaska. museum. BACCHUS. and drew maps and plans of everything. whiskey in Scotland.. Recreation: Paris. breweries. benefactor. store. U. T. Formed an ambition to travel when quite young. visited every ruin. mastered every language. Phineas T. BARBAROSSA. Publications: Baedekers. absinthe in France. Ambition: Tourists. In these lands he slept in every hotel. Andrew's golf and writing deep books. and the founder of the "morning after" feeling. Recreation: Coaching. H. Diet: Principally liquid. 7 BARLEYCORN. one time leader of the talking forces of the House of Commons. the clown. of England. history. art gallery. to Date a doctor-. one of the most versatile men who ever lived. beer in Germany. where he climbed every peak.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Address: Greece. Kaiser. patron saint of most men. subway. Epitaph: He Will Live In The Throats Of His Countrymen. His field of travel widened until every country in Europe was visited. Clubs: All. literature. John.a smile meant a gold mine. the only emperor of Germany who ever went to sleep." and he will be a "will be-er. a Frenchman who wrote a few Parisian stories which may be discussed in respectable company. and an epitaph over the home rule bill. Later resided in cellars. church. Ambition: Opposition seats on both sides of the house. except W. Recreation: Staying at home. custom. Address: See Mother. drank every wine. BARKIS. Canada. Francis. an eminent citizen of the world. hired every guide.com . art. BACON.." Ambition: The end of temperance societies. and the beautiful bareback riders. Spent early days in the fields. fathered the introduction of the peanut. BALZAC. Studied vine raising when a young man. Residence: Germany. C. a proud father. Recreation: St. a jolly good fellow. Karl. Discovered that grapes were not intended for a food. walked every path. ate every dish in every restaurant. Ambition: The moon. either wrote or did not write Shakespeare. tramway. Arthur James. cocktails and patent medicines in the United States. rode on every boat. everything in Ireland. As a side show he taught that some Americans were Progressives part of the Get any book for free on: www.Abika. BARNUM. Was a great friend of Bacchus. First visited Switzerland. and distilleries. Fame rested only upon his complete willingness. BALFOUR. He was a "wasser. science. hair pulling. Invented the greatest pleasure and pain giver the world has ever seen. as well as the United States. Became a traveler. and train. Career: Magnificent. and Mexico. Introduced ale and stout in England. John had a red nose. and did everything a tourist should so. Childhood and old age unknown. champagne in France." he is an "iser.

Played the show market a little too long. perspiration powders. Installed the I-want-to-be-a-cow-boy ambition in the hearts of young America." BELSHAZZAR. During her young-woman and goodlooking days-hood B. He also made a goatee and a big hat famous. and made people laugh. former queen of France. B. Address: See Louis. an unfortunate saint who was skinned alive. to Date time. inventor of an original method to dispose of wives. Epitaph: She Might Have Been Mrs. before Reno was discovered. Saint. Buffalo. Was a great friend of Louis XV. BILL.com . Recreation: Statuary. BERNHARDT. She always preferred marcel waves to pompadours. Dante Had She Wanted To. Madame Du. In her declining years she made a few other fortunes in the United States. Clubs: Anti-suffragette. perfumes. Also gave his name to benedicts. BEATRICE. He began his career shooting buffaloes and Indians on the plains of the West. BENEDICT. Career: On the stage at four months. Cody. BARTHOLOMEW. "Number. B. Patron of gold mine investors and American tourists in Europe. Pereire. inventor of a well-known necessity and nuisance. died a famous old maid. Ambition: To have and to hold. BELL.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. She also has a telephone. Paris. Alexander Graham. Ambition: A lover with money. BEECHAM. Sarah was born before birth records were inaugurated. a celebrated pill roller. F. but that all Americans were not Democrats all the time. please.Abika. Blue. BERLITZ. the delight of the American boy. and helped make the dances at Versailles a success. Address: Private cars and 56 Blvd. and a theatre named after her. writers' model. a Florentine girl who gained fame by refusing the suit of a love-sick poet. acting. and ended it shooting glass balls for a fortune in a tent. BEARD. and made arrangements for his travels in the other place.'s fame culminated in having several cigars. is said to have made a hit with European nobility. Ambition: The fountain of youth. the man who introduced benedictine and monks into Europe. Sarah. Later she conducted him through heaven. an ancient French actress. an old king whose handwriting on the wall proved to be correct. that other Americans were Republicans all the time. and no historian has been able to determine her age. C. 8 Get any book for free on: www. alias W. BARRY. Started the saying. the man who will teach you how to say it in everything. a funny little fellow who did not wear many clothes. BILLIKEN.

an American who helped start the Civil War by espousing the cause of the negro. Ambition: Made in Germany. and made the Paris mint work overtime for his country. BLUCHER.. BROWNING. a Dutchman who was on the job at Waterloo. Her endeavors were confined to horses. and enemy of navigation.com . BRADSTREET.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Johnson's press agent (see the Doctor). Robert. but never mastered the parrot or the cat. His complimentary comments are highly valued. a cryptogram writer whose poems are deciphered by the Bostonese and cultured English people. B. and placed as sentries to guard the Christmas-Easter collection forts. Eugene. crowned an emperor. founder of a vast army which never fought a battle. John. Bob's wife. and keeping out of it when old. she painted animals. They were Get any book for free on: www. changed the Frenchmen in Alsace-Lorraine into Dutchmen. with brass bands and collection devises. a seller of damaged goods who got away with it without being fined or driven out of business. or surrendered. It has been estimated that B. Being an old maid. General William. Wrote a book in which he described your bank account and told how you paid your bills. Publication: War Cry. and one of her paintings is considered fair. BRIEUX. BOSWELL. BONHEUR. idol of the tourist. to Date 9 BISMARCK. discovered a method of crossing the English Channel without being seasick. Mrs. a German who was a greater politician than any Ireland has ever produced. C. just Nap. BLERIOT. Conducted campaigns in Great Britain and the United States. She also wrote poems. an Englishman who reversed the usual procedure of life by springing into print when young. BROWN. a rock upon which many a legal ship has foundered. Thomas. BOOTH. BROWNING. made a retreat. benefactor of humanity. BLACKSTONE. BROWN. author. a lady French artist who wore men's clothes. BONAPARTE. Recreation: Reviewing troopers and troopesses. Quite unpopular in France. The army later became a suffragette institution when women were admitted as recruits. He built an empire. Rosa. He also was not the only German general who ever fought France.'s brother (see him). Dr.Abika. could say more with fewer words and conceal his meaning better than any writer since the adaptation of the alphabet as a means of expression. Joe. This resulted in his body moulding in the grave.

Week Ends. which also dedicates buildings. Is fond of the sea and is said to have a fine fleet. American-beef fed individual who inhabits a suffragette-infested island somewhere in the North Atlantic. a prince of India who tired of good times and turned reformer. BULL." Is a celebrated humorist. but shot no game in Africa or Monte Carlo. cane.making poetry in the Scotch language. Address: Mail forwarded from Washington. and finding a 10 Get any book for free on: www. He detests the word "egotism. Beau. to Date easily understood. wears a monocle. Ambition: Short ballot with one name. This has had off years. Robert. and never makes his appearance without a cawld bawth. a Roman murderer. J. and thoughts of Germany. BURNS." a Scotch bard who wrote love poems about his sweetheart. a famous Chatauqua lecturer who ran a newspaper and the State Department on the side. post-cards. Publications: The Commoner.Abika. Ambition: 'Ome sweet 'Ome. Address: Hingland. Patronizes a costly social organization known as the Royal Family. Golf. awful accent. Born several hundred years ago and is beginning to show his age. Advised his congregations to adopt the recall and referendum. a fine. the Pankhurst family. Epitaph: He Will Rise Again. BRYAN. For ages his name was placed on the presidential ballot and later removed. and Suffrage. C. After B. surnamed "Bobby. formed a passion to rule the nation when a child. Nailed several anti-saloon and burlesque planks in his platform. BUCHANAN. 'i 'at. C. Was the father of Bryanism. is a monitor of English style. Is fearless except when faced by a hunger strike. and consequently seldom read.. or a reception committee for American heiresstocracy. Recreation: Tea. spats. Epitaph: See Emperor William Again. Also toured the world. Later secured one Wilson to attend to Washington detail work.'s death his friends filled the Orient with his bronzes. manufacturer of the Scotchman's delight and weakness. He only got as far as the Democratic party and platforms. Clubs: Policemen's. John. B. Archaeologists claim B.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Became a golden orator with a silver speech and offered himself as a rectifier of all things not Bryan. a newspaper devoted to Bryan advertisements. has had trouble with a son who wishes to leave the paternal protection. poses for stamps. pipe. BRUTUS. BRUMMELL. a man whose thoughts were more for the crease in his pantaloons than for his head. notably 1812. William Jennings. Jockey. motion pictures and raises princesses of Wales for magazine articles and crowning purposes. B. and caused many a man to lose the keyhole.com . Motto: All things come to him with bait. Et Tu. BUDDHA. an odious word meaning things Bryan. He showed the world the excellence of two colors. He was fat and wore a fascinating wart on his forehead. He thus performed two remarkable feats-. Made a fortune by telling people why they did not elect him. fat. seeing through all jokes but himself.

Went on the stage. BUTTERFLY. made love to several singers. Ambition: Those good old trusty days once more.Abika. Was finally retired from the chair by the Democrats.com . Madame. an Englishman who swam rivers. For centuries C. Honorable Joseph G. Julius. Grave: 1912 election. C. The murderer was caught. a king of England who proved the theory that the ocean could wave at him.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Wrote books and paid his debts. CARLOS. House of Representatives. Epitaph: Veni. a man who does not believe a head is uneasy which wears a crown. 11 C CAESAR. CANNON. Address: Northern Spain. CAIN. Desired to write a book.. but had trouble with the Senate. Vidi. CANUTE. helped kindle Greek fire. Ambition: Royal Palace. BYRON. He did not waste his time with Scotland or Ireland. Was finally attacked by a few vested-interest senators. S. one of our ancestors of whom we do not brag. Was active in military affairs. Entered Roman politics as the leader of the Gang. P. Became popular with the voters. and then been killed by a bull fighter after singing her way through five acts. and a great politician who was not born in Ireland. and stabbed by a chum. Clubs: Gladiators. I. Publications: Omnes Gallia est divisa in tres parses. river crosser. and wrote poems. celebrated Spanish flirt. Washington. Get any book for free on: www. Heir: Champ Clark. C. Epitaph: R. C. late of the Speaker's Chair. Address: The Far Back Woods. Was also a member of the Society for the Protection of Roman Ruins. occupied the chair. to Date girl in Scotland who was as beautiful as his lines declare. was honored with one of the finest funeral orations over delivered over a corpse. U. and from Congress by his constituents. Became a fair general despite his poor service training. A. Rome. Lord. but escaped the gallows. and finally included Rome in his history of victories. school book writer. Ambition: Rome: Address: Capitol. Began by taking an army and capturing Europe and England. Don. She worked in the government tobacco factory at Seville until a clever writer and a musician rescued her. Vestal. was wise enough to get away from the London weather. He was also awarded a few triumphant arches. Madrid. and tenderly protected poor railroads and trusts from the unkind remarks of congressmen who knew things and him. made a river famous by crossing it. CARMEN. a little Japanese lady whose child has remained the same size and age for the past eight years. Has appeared in most of the cities throughout the world.

A former Lloyd-George of the Treasury. purchase a few wives. has lost his jewelry. Cipriano. has been sued for divorce and breach of promise. Ambition: A typewriter and a dictionary. wrote books for a living. ferryman. given farewell concerts. New York City and Scotland. and made chop suey until he had enough money to return to his native land. S. who had different ideas of taxation. Ambition: Universal peace with all dreadnaughts steel trust armored. and live in opium. who appeared in the Victor Talking Machine and New York City. peace buildings. Ambition: A launch. Was revolutioned a few times. Has navigated more people than all the Atlantic liners combined.com . First man to introduce American-Irish politics into South America." or the Laird of Skibo. C. CHURCHILL. CHARON. visited zoological gardens. Winston. did not write books for a living. S. CARTER. CHAUCER (first name unknown). Acquired a fortune. Recreation: Telling young men how to scorn the root of all fortunes. His best-known work is used as a student puzzle in leading universities and colleges. millionaire opera singer. Joe A. Later retired. one of Leda's twins. Also receiving university degrees. an early experimenter in the English language. When a young Scotchman he scotched his three dollars a week and purchased the steel trust.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. of England. who left his plow to make his share in Get any book for free on: www. Notorious as a bad speller. CHURCHILL. who washed clothes. Address: The Styx. sung for charity. Recreation: Taxes.Abika. Devoted life to his business. CASTOR. John. to Date CARNEGIE. Always had a cold or a sore throat. Recreation: None. of Rome. Like all his contemporaries. Ambition: Subjects without guns? and a New York police force in his country. a well-known character in the U. Winston. and advertising armor plate. a doctor who wants everybody to have liver trouble. Career: Dangerous. Also invented an oil (see 12 CASTRO. of Venezuela. Address: University commencement platforms. which was greatly increased by a personal friendship with the American asphalt trust. A fine old American who went about giving away libraries. Count Boni Di. CASTELLINE.. a condition which assisted materially in filling the house. a French gold prospector who was successful for a time in the U. CHINAMAN. and finally escaped with the mint and his life. C. and done other things to help his newspaper and box-office reputation. CINCINNATUS. advice. Also a library in every town. CARUSO. Address: ? CHAMBERLAIN. Enrico. or "Andy. Never had a childhood. Pollux). Andrew.

Recreation: Paris. skipper. Will The. Clubs: Palos Yacht. but never in the United States or Australia. and how to do things backward..WHO WAS WHO 5000 B.Abika. an American man and woman who had money and ambition. COLUMBUS. Patrick. but never quite reached the top. COLEMAN. H. C. COMPANY. Later inaugurated the back-to-the-farm movement. Were welcomed by many people. Great smoker. He endeavored to secure money to prove his theory. and finally became a mummy through the auspices of an adder. map enlarger. poor father. Address: See Recreation.. Ambition: An English nobleman in the family. CLEOPATRA. Something made him believe the world was round. a man and woman who invariably called when we were taking a nap or dressing. CLIMBERS. Epitaph: More Majorum. dreaming. Christopher. but nobody cared whether he was correct or not. the only scullion maid who had a small foot and two sisters in society. There he inveigled Isabella into equipping an expedition for him to discover America. King. E. T. Realizing there was no capital or prophet in his own country. T. CONQUEROR. Address: San Salvatore. Also Royal lovers. and taught the chinks the art of joss making. and the later in spending it. CLAUS. CONFUCIUS. Spent the early portion of their lives gathering cash. Clubs: All.com . Santa. Both died trying to get there. of Egypt. CINDERELLA. This still is practiced in England. Recreation: Fiddlers. Wrote "Hastings" and "1066" 13 COOK. Entered the kitchen at Get any book for free on: www. and was fond of the bowl. Epitaph: Pyramid. Historians have questioned her claims to fame. C. H. She did and he did. Ambition: An Egyptian St. Lord of the Household. COLE. Ambition: A Chinese laundry in every city. A Chinese preacher of note. was unsuccessful in her love and naval affairs. He also was the founder of ancestor worship. E. Recreation: Tea. with the exception of the ones they wanted. Recreation: Deck shuffle-boards. to Date politics. H. he took passage to Spain. of Normandy. E. A queen who presented England with a threadless needle. Lived some 500 years B. Recreation: Fireworks. a merry old monarch of the Kingdom of Childhood. T. Ambition: An invitation to dinner. Said to have been born in Genoa. fell in love with some foreigners. Ambition: To keep New York City in the family. but they may easily be substantiated by millions of children. in all history books. Charming conversationalists.. London. a man whose invention has caused tears and throat burnings. Recreation: Barging with Anthony. and Switzerland.

celebrated ticket seller. who helps his father save money for the tourist. Dramatic. author of captivating travel literature. [2] Ed. an old-maid authoress who wrote delightful love scenes. but nobody believed him. leader of the only non-militant army in the world which did not take up collections or give away Christmas dinners. When she departed there was weeping. Owns and operates the Nile and Mount Vesuvius. Also "first timers. to Date a tender age. and a tour arranger who guarantees to save you money. Recreation: Flowers. C. Note: The editor hopes to remove this name before the next edition. Doctor Frederick A. COOK (first name not known). James J. Publications: The Come On Books. Ambition: An American policeman.com . and a "has been" for whom everybody has a good word. who claim Miss Corelli's books have fallen into the "was" class. known as "gentleman Jim. She is said to have written some books which brought her fame and royalty. and in the management of the house. an explorer who said he discovered the north pole. CORELLI. and wailing. CORBETT. 14 COXEY.. COPPERFIELD. and thus preserves the advertising column for his employers. He is called "fils" in Paris. C. a real explorer who discovered the Sandwich Islands and who took the first Cook's tour around the world.) COOK. Diet: Usually large and everything of the best. Clubs: All anti-suffragette. Stratford-on-Avon. The editor never contradicts a book reviewer. She remains secluded with her typewriter at Mason Croft. Ambition: A white champion. or Thomas Atkins. Recreations: Days off. Address: The whole house. Get any book for free on: www.. COOK. one of Dickens' friends who assisted him in building a reputation. Dave. Tom. Its insertion is entirely due to the machinations of book reviewers. Soon acquired considerable weight in person. son of the above." Address: Any foreign city equipped with tourists. Publications: See book stores and railway stations. CRITIC.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. (See Peary. Ambition: Those Americans who want to see everything. only being seen by her publishers and the editor. a notorious prevaricator who tells the world to see all the shows. Many persons wish he might be the Corbett he used to be. COOK.Abika. and waiting." one-time champion fighter of the world. Captain. does not approve of society except her own.[2] Marie. General.

out of his pleasure. ancient lion tamer.. 15 D DANIEL. to Date CROESUS. and is still up to mischievous tricks. talked to parrots. architect of the under world. CURIE. You should be at home when he calls.000 New York Democratic. but C. See Russia. stayed in a house the sun was always shining. CROKER. and refused to spoon. Clubs: None. CRUSOE. or the stock market. ex-king of New York City. DANTE. C. traveller and autobiographer. C. Ambition: That sigh. as the contestants gave him a black eye. Born shortly after Adam. Daniel. Oliver. an ancient John D. found some footprints. Dick. When C. Also performed the difficult feat of remaining in a fiery furnace without his family applying for the insurance. He witnessed several international engagements. R. and returned to England to become an author. and after his death was honored by having his round head placed as a decoration over Westminster Hall. Ambition: An Irish president. but used too much slang. journalist. who became wealthy without trusts. and beggars with princesses. rescued Friday. lover. a cute little fat fellow who called on every one at least once. CUPID. The girl (see her) knew what journalists were. Visited a sparsely-settled island in the Pacific Ocean. but did not like them. It was he who made kings fall in love with poor country girls. S. of Italy. and poor politician. From childhood he practiced the art of politics. but he said it never was his fault. Later retired to his native land with two Atlantic liners filled with salary. Some roads he made very rough. the Supreme Court. He also was responsible for mothers-in-law. Later fell in love. Exasperated. Ran things in England on a reform-Cromwell basis. one of the few women who got her name in print without being a suffragette or an actress. and went about England tearing down churches. He also assisted in putting King Charles I. C. a militant Presbyterian who entered politics. chauffeurs with their ladies. Recreation: Archery. C. Wrote articles for magazines. was elected. Madame. held all men and women equal provided they were good. Recreation: English Derbys. Born in Ireland of Irish parents.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Robinson. which resulted in his gaining the friendship of the New York police force. Get any book for free on: www. G. and he made the happiest people on earth when they listened to his voice. At times he caused pain.100. Address: Perhaps you know.Abika. Clubs: 1. was very poor. CZAR. CROMWELL. Rockefeller. Address: Ireland.com . always was a good guide. F. He prefers the fireside and moonlight nights.

was a nature faker. and with it considerable 16 Get any book for free on: www. King. Became friendly with the Prince of Wales and succeeded in doing him out of the coronation. a valuable book. S. DEATH. and always carried a scythe in his hands. She also accompanied Samson on a number of European and American opera expeditions. a well-known enemy of preachers. Seldom at home. Later was elected king. Patron of insurance companies. even if it does fail to explain the currency bill. Florence. and was awarded medals for his attack upon Goliath. DAUGHTER. writer. Publications: Psalms. who took a bath. Address: Jerusalem. Possessed an ugly face. Married her. Never could be bribed to pass a house he wished to enter. and politician. (See Mose.Abika. Recreation: Travel. DELILAH. Recreation: Sharpening scythes. tragedies. Gave her husband a conspicuous position in the army. and quite a dip. DANTON. Grace. but he continues to be a safe bet at 100 to 1. Publications: Origin of Species. That settled it. Appointed musician to the royal household. Historians claim he never had any. Never brought happiness. DELMONICO. He introduced the French menu into the U. He discovered that many men looked like their progenitors. Ambition: A happy home and prosperous graveyards. friend of Samson. DARWIN. usually toward the close. Recreation: Slinging. Nothing is known of his childhood. and that D. Address: II via Dante. The clergymen claimed that a chain with one link missing was no chain. Soon learned they did not mix with love and his business. but not a tempest." shepherd. the man who wound up France before the revolution. Many doctors and scientists have endeavored to kill him. and rescued little Moses from the bull rushes. and proved his theories with the exception of one link. wore a sheet over his head. and comedies (?). Posed for his bust while suffering with a bad attack of dyspepsia. C. Both he and his manuscripts were banished. founder of a Fifth Avenue New York City cafe. Heir: Sol. Fell in love with Mrs. where the cost of living has ever been high. although his visits frequently gave money to some one. Traveled in Italy in the interests of safety. champion sling shot. to Date he began a bombardment of poetry. Publications: Poems. Heir: None. Ambition: To be Beatrice's Romeo. D. Entered army as a volunteer. Son of poor parents. then entered politics. Address: Always hung out a black cloth wherever he resided. DARLING. an Egyptian princess.) DAVID. or "Dave. a hideous man who called at least once during a lifetime. One of the truly brave who did not receive a Carnegie advertisement. Charlie.com . (name not mentioned by newspapers).WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Pharaoh's. musician. a light-house keeper's daughter who showed the world that a woman may fear a mouse.

appeared in Who's Who. DEWEY. DESDEMONA. Saint. a former American hero who totally destroyed a Spanish armada in Manila Bay. hounds. C.Abika. had cigars named after him. DICKENS. Chauncey M. moved to Washington. got in bad with the inhabitants. American ten-cent adventurer. Address: Fifty years in the White House of Mexico. S. see Thomas and Harry. He received the homage of a nation. George E. His pathetic story was widely published. a limpin' lump of brick dust. DEPEW. and got out of the newspapers. DICE. Rescued Thomas Atkins. Gunga. than her clothes. Legends prevail to the effect that he patterned his actions on a Napoleon-Roosevelt policy. of Venice. DIN. Senator from the state of New York.com . who departed from the social functions of a king to assist the government. married a widow. Fought in many battles. and the chase without the conventionalities of a society hunt. DICE. Ambition: A revolution with himself on top. DENIS. Charles.. A lady whose handkerchiefs cost more 17 DESLYS. who could draw crowds and a big salary. inventor of a popular Scotch beverage without which no cold day is complete. but was shot while in the act.. friend of the messenger boys and embryo criminals. Porfiro. H. former king and political leader of Mexico.. Diamond. Epitaph: Wilson Never Bothered Me. a saint with an Irish name who made good in France. and Get any book for free on: www. an English writer who wrote. S. He also was requested to move. a French dancer who had sufficient charm to attract a royal press agent. an ancient railroad-wealthy U. dedicated monuments. an ancient sportswoman who loved fox hunting. John. service in India. His biography formed an important part in the lives of the boys who never visited the Carnegie libraries.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Frequently gave bad water to soldiers. Later it fell into disfavor in the U. married a young wife. an old Greek talker. Address: Ephesus. Saved the government the price of a medal. Employed in H. Wore few clothes. DIANA. water carrier. and was relegated to obscurity by the American voters. G. Recreation: The fandango. DEVIL. DIAZ. He made after-dinner speeches. DEWAR. to Date indigestion. R. DEMOSTHENES. see Old Nic. was paraded through the streets.

WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Recreation: Sleep. Went through life waiting for to-morrow. shout. and Lady Macbeth).Abika. DREAMER. DORCAS. a Hebrew who gave up the trades of his ancestors to run England. it now being considered a crime to recite the story. DOE.. a Scotchman who gained fame because he was a good layer on. have awakened and given their dreams to the world (see Columbus. Captain. American horseman who made people take off their hats. George. inventor of the brownie camera and the most expensive sport on earth. 18 E EASTMAN. DIOGENES. He endeavored to find something with a lantern which could not even be located with a searchlight. Yankee. C. Got out of jail by being one of the few innocent men who got into print. and whistle when he rode into town. and intended doing something to-day. T. Ambition: To come back like Sherlock Holmes. DREYFUS. Mac. DISRAELI. an English admiral who did not have a public square named after him. Ambition: A brighter lantern.. Several men. DREW. etc. a celebrated Chicago divine who showed the world how easily some people were deprived of their money and religion. another man whose word of commendation will enable you to open a charge account. Recreation: Cleaning globes. DUFF. an honest man who was defrauded out of millions by persons who forged his name. Spent much time thinking about the best girl in the world. prehistoric American actor. DRAKE. A great friend of Procrastinator. however. castle builder. H. John. Address: Tub. Get any book for free on: www. Ambition: The kodak fiend. D. a modiste who founded the church gossip societies. alias Elijah II. E. with the same name. founder of the Dreyfus Case. to Date Great Britain. DUMPTY. despite the services of specialists. H. DUN. Epitaph: Here Lies A Man Who Attempted The Impossible. Fell from a wall at an early age and never recovered. Lived long ago. also introduced the spud into Ireland. Francis. John. Address: Care of biographer.. DOWIE.com . celebrated accident victim. DOODLE. the most foolish man who ever lived.

George. but who was wise enough to stop before he got too high. She finally walked over Raleigh's coat. ELLIOT. and later wiped her feet on him. a king with ambitions. a condition in which he remained until well along in years. to Date tourists. was queen when the pipe was introduced into England. suitor. Several have failed. C. and church builder. called "Bess" by Raleigh and the rest of the boys. Was nearly as successful in obtaining divorces as Napoleon. Ralph Waldo. E. and the Gillette razor. sea-sickness. Victor. ELIJAH. ELIZABETH. an ancient who believed that pain was unpleasant and that pleasure was good. Address: Windsor. EMERSON. EIFEL. and less fortunate. Recreation: Spooning. who was better looking. a Frenchman who built the second tower of Babel. Lord. Later he went somewhat out of his line.com . Many suffer with the gout. Also advised the practical theory of hitching your wagon to the stars. U. EMANUEL II. Died an old maid. but succeeded as a chariot driver. Mrs. Mass. American writer who inspired his readers to conquer the world. Henry the. the original of the statues in every town of Italy. the man who rolled the Elgin marbles from Greece to the British Museum. and Virginia. she was dispatched to the block. who was wise enough to entrust his affairs to a brainier man. In his later years he competed against the Pope in England. Ambition: A harem. an American who invented everything with the exception of the sun dial. Thomas. EIGHTH. Lived before the time of the taxi. a lady who wore a man's name and wrote books.Abika.. 19 EDDY. reigned when people did things. Other and less important events of her reign were: Shakespeare. Heir: She did not have any. Dreams: Bad. EDISON. As fast as a queen appeared at the breakfast table with her hair down her back. and American millionaires. Clubs: Camera. a prophet of old who was fond of ravens (not red). S. E. a lady who made millions by telling the world there was no such thing as the toothache. A popular cat foot was named in his honor. When a young man he became a benedict. and was thus made famous (see Girabaldi). Queen. Pear's soap. E. Spenser. or hitting your thumb with a hammer. Address: Rochester and London.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. had a sister by the name of Mary. of France. A. EPICURUS. She was wooed and lost by an Armada (see Philip II). Get any book for free on: www... of Boston. His descendants live in expensive hotels and eat only in high-class restaurants. blue beard. ELGIN. A couple of queens got ahead of him. Also had something to do with the interior of watches.

Epitaph: (Would that she had one. Address: All large cities. heart breaker. made the poor men work very hard to keep up to her. A lover of revolvers. EYRE. an old Greek who made poor students read his book as far back as 300 B. married the hero. C. whose name did not fit his religion. E. EVE.. Clubs: None. rivers. and New York City. traveled in a warm country. a beautiful lady who triumphed over the villain of the book. Adam. H. occupied a prominent position in the French government for seven years. Believed to have dissipated. Unpopular.) FAUST. and the poor house. Said not to have applied himself to school or business. but was never wrong himself. F FAGAN. bank account ruiner. FALSTAFF. Found fault with life and everybody. chemist. Ambition: The other fellow. traveler. an ancient who sold his birthright for a mess of breakfast food. a failure. FAILURE. the Hebrew benefactor of Oliver Twist. Jane. C. One of the most distinguished of the vast collection of ex-presidents now scattered over the world. EUCLID. T. FAHRENHEIT. Frequently seen in the under world. and that two parallel lines always compete. an old maid school teacher. Supposed to have idled away his younger days. ESTHER. Armand. to Date 20 ESAU. and patron saint of French shop-keepers. Get any book for free on: www.Abika.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Recreation: Too much. London. FASHION. Epitaph: Here Lies A Man Who Never Really Tried. Publications: Editor of all Ladies' Magazines. inventor of an instrument which enables a person to ascertain whether the weather is warm or cold. who married a rich husband after the fashion of books.com . He discovered the phenomenon that the shortest distance between two points is a crow's flight. She went about the large stores changing the cut of ladies' clothes and the shape of their hats. Created some awful looking things. F. and lived happily ever afterward. a celebrated drunk. Dame. A great blamer. Address: Paris. Queen. and sang his way to fame. see Mrs. A gay old man who fell in love during his second young manhood. FALLIERES.

Never borrowed money.. Robert. FULTON. created such a sensation that every living actress of note is willing to be classified as a former member of her company.. who was some popular with the men. and shook you by the hand when you were down and out. 21 G GABRIEL. P.. FRERES. but he came around a few times in a lifetime. Robert. even as you and I. FRANKLIN. Address: The other fellow's house or his own. A. one of the few Americans endowed with brains. Followed his natural bents. Wept profusely. Barbara. She appeared in all large cities with the best looking chorus that ever wore tights. a spendthrift lover. an obsolete fighter who wishes he could rub the black spot from the ring. A. Grave: New York City. A. End unknown. Huc. His name was frequently given the baby (see Mischief). FLORADORA. Benjamin. the scarcest thing on earth. F. Epitaph: He Was Not The Only One. inventor.Abika. FRIEND.. FOOL. that politics paid better than printing. Sprang into poetry as the only woman in the history of mankind who admitted her old age. FRITCHIE. and that the French Court was more lively than the Continental Congress. FINN. was glad to know of your success. a bosom friend of Thomas Sawyer (see Tom). Ambition: The other fellow's welfare. pitied you in your failures. Fell in love with an unintelligent woman and one who never could understand. FLETCHER. Another brainy American who made a fortune for the Cunard and White Star lines. Recreation: At the other fellow's house. an American chorus girl.com . Had a miserable cigar named after her. Epitaph: There Were Not Many Like Flora. trumpeter. Wasted several years. patron of the motion picture fanatics. Recreation: Vampires. Compelled the Adam family to Get any book for free on: www.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Was a wise counsellor. Clubs: All. The man Jules Verne sent around the world in sixty days for a big sale. the inventor of chewing. a Southern target. Very popular. He discovered that lightning was composed of electricity. Pathe. F. a man who attempted to make an impression in Parliament without introducing home rule or suffrage bills. Entered history at an early date as the agent for the Garden of Eden. but he frequently lent it. A rare visitor. to Date FAWES. FOGG. Guy. FITZIMMONS. Ambition: Revival. C.

the George Washington of Italy without the tea party. GAINSBOROUGH. Get any book for free on: www. King of England. a brave soldier who posed for his statue when mortally wounded. Permitted the whigs in general. in the number of statues erected to his appearance..[3] Mary. GEORGE III. Legend has it that Mary possessed a fine voice as a child. a versatile English hat and portrait manufacturer. 1736-1820. 1660-1727. GEORGE-LLOYD. GANGSTER. GEORGE IV.. to Date move. Slept in every town in his country. King of England. English politician. J. was later exposed before English and American congregations. Ambition: Less wealth and more throat. and successfully Bismarcked the Italian States. Lived during the reign of William Pitt. Recreation: Being presented with opera houses and suppers. Note: This is not an advertisement. GATLING. R. star gazer. King of England. T. and votes. G. 22 GARIBALDI.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. and her Sapho-Salome-Thais-Carmen costumes packed the houses. and one Walpole in particular. GARRICK. She also wants a husband with a soul. a clever actress who succeeded on the opera stage. GEORGE II. Also discovered that clocks were equipped with pendulums. Historians claim he will again be in Who's Who when St. Recreation: Aviation. E. [3] Ed. Residence: Principally Atlantic liners.Abika. to run England. husband of Queen Mary (see front pages of our contemporary Who's Who). GARDEN.. GEORGE I. Entered politics via a newspaper. H. GAUL. Held a few wars. inventor. C. Dying. Proved himself an imbecile by declaring the world revolved when everybody knew it was stationary. he was considered a big gun. and for three years held the championship for eating spaghetti. Manufactured the first spy-glass. an instrument which has since been used in theatres and for various other purposes. clever speeches. T.com . 1683-1760. This was expensively cultivated in Europe. ran second to V. an old English matinee idol.. a politician known as a "progressive" when out of office. E. and believed in taxing tea. Ambition: Larger lungs. Dave. R. GALILEO. He espoused the cause of Victor Emmanuel (see Victor). A. Peter (see him) makes the inventory. a well-known cigar.

an American who was opposed to Mormonism.. Recreation: (see Asquith). GOAT. In the United States a law has been passed compelling booksellers to include a bottle of disinfectant whenever a G. Spent early childhood in infancy. T. H. Kept climbing until he became under secretary of something. Address: Front row House of Commons. E. manufacturer of a well-known Christmas present which cuts barbers out of their tips. but who adopted it on a progressive and newspaper scale. and is deucedly annoying to clean. Ambition: A publisher who is not afraid of the police. Address: Probably Paris. I. order keeper of the Board of Trade. Many said her habit was out of sight.com .. E. ancient heavyweight champion. GLADSTONE.Abika. GLYNN. to Date Was a modest member of the House of Commons. book is sold. a fine old lady who was loved by all. Began writing while a 23 Get any book for free on: www. Wrote a book which everybody tells the rector they have not read. Friends said nothing like that had ever entered his head. and failed to make accurate measurements with the Irish home rule. GODIVA. was considered of age. GIBSON. Probably the greatest ever lived. Charles Dana.. Clubs: Anti-conservative. GILLETTE. Lady. C. GIRL. the one who purchased this book. GOODWIN. and then re-reads it when the doors are locked. Nathaniel. W. The Chorus. Um! GLADIATOR. American artist who pleased the old inhabitants before the market was so wet. GOLIATH. horsewoman whose costume rivalled many exhibited at the Paris horseshow.. Clubs: Always blackballed. editor of Who Was Who. GOETHE. but who told some awful untruths to the innocent. and finally occupied a prominent position in the Exchequer. a tax on air. Assisted the Primer to grasp the Irish home rule millstone. GOOSE. Dying. seldom speaking more than four times on any bill. GORDON. writer who the age of twenty-one L. and hung on without a gurgle. another brave artists' model. Recreation: Reading her own books. E. chopped trees. Defeat attributed to overconfidence. who was knocked out in one round by a lightweight. At G.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. At fourteen began shaving and wearing long trousers. an old maid authoress who knew things. a grand old man who twice premiered England. Mother. a Dutchman who succeeded in making a few German words rhyme. Ambition: A dynamite-proof house.

When a youth he began instructing the monarchs of Europe in the use of a government. GORKY.) Recreation: Looking for publishers. HAM. HAHNEMANN. GULLIVER. M. Publications: Much unpatriotic literature. to Date child. Learned that this was not the usual custom in America. and the only ruler of Russia who never was bombarded.Abika. Historians claim this was due to his poor salary. a French inventor of a popular method of decapitation. Wrote Who Was Who with hope someone would purchase it. One of his favorite pastimes was reading ultimatums. Abraham's wife's maid who nearly broke up a happy family.. Mulai. second officer and engineer of the Ark. a Munchausen-Doctor Cook-Peary traveler who never submitted his proofs. Ambition: (He considers this personal and will not be quoted. 24 H HAFID. Ambition: A czarless Russia. less fussy people. who had such confidence in his invention that he was the first to give it a practical demonstration. Acquired as fine a harem as ever sat on silk cushions.'s younger subjects though he should be ostlerized (see Dr. His managers and hotel proprietors requested him to continue his travels. Penmanship so poor he took to the typewriter. shipbuilder.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. the man who wrote a clever cemetery poem. GRAY. Doctor. champion promiser. a sultan of Morocco. and even then usually got rid of it with promises. Abdul. Some of H. Never lectured. a resident of Russia who became unpopular with the government and moved. Employed massacres to break the monotony of reigning. and a sick man. the first line of which is remembered by everybody. HAMED. Miss.com . They gave him his harem and Get any book for free on: www. GREAT. GROAT. who succeeded in abdicating before he was abdicated. John. Doctor. Fearless until a warship entered the harbor. Peter the. C. a retired professor of diplomacy. of Leipsig. He endeavored to make a lecture tour of the United States accompanied by another man's wife. Other times in one of those confounded newspaper offices. Some one did. Was also unique in the fact that he worked. HAGAR. Address: Paris when financially able. Ostler). discovered the sugar pill and called it homeopathy. proprietor of a celebrated house located some distance from Land's End. but who found a credulous publisher and a gullible public. GUILLOTIN.

H. (also see Napoleon).. HICHENS. Constantine's mother. an Englishman who founded a great American university near the cultured town of Boston. The discovery has since been of some profit to his successors. Also founded the foolish questions. C.) 25 HARVARD. H. Motto: I told you so. HIAWATHA. claimed to have done some things which are even questioned by the partisans of Doctor Cook. did everything but enter politics or invent a breakfast food. high prices. From all that can be ascertained he secured the latter. She built a few churches HEMANS. Pa. Many claim a great American poet used bad taste in writing the biography of such a man.[4] Robert. HANDEL. S. Address: Harem. Recreation: Muscle development. a physician who learned in 1619 that his patients had blood which circulated. an Irish-American politician who demanded liberty or death. in short. promoter of the Olympic games and laborer. catsup. Ambition: To be back on the job. "The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck. and fifty-five other varieties to the world. Ambition: The thirteenth labor. Mass. Killed about everybody. travel. HAMLET. HEINZ. John. HARRY. and exquisite poesy.com . A man who never tried to conceal his name.Abika. of Pittsburg. stole some apples. to Date salary. Then the wise ones lost Tripoli and about everything but sleeping room in Europe. and buildings upon certain communities. American Indian who permitted his wife to starve to death simply for the want of proper nourishment. Saint. Clubs: Athletic. Epitaph: Everybody Worked But Father. Pat. HAMMERSTEIN.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. HERCULES. and. and Get any book for free on: www. where football players and the sons of American millionaires eke out an education. Epitaph: Now Is A Mighty Man Fallen. Also wrote a few other airs. an opera broker who inflicted himself. A.. HELENA. the Sandow of the ancients. Oscar. and locked him up in a palace.. a Dane who had difficulty with an auxiliary verb. erected two pillars. placed "Handel's Largo" on the music stands. HENRY. Mrs. planter of the Garden of Allah. Sold American baked beans. U. soulful.. Address: The Pillars. Experimented with belle donna. Recreations: Private entertainments." It is said the poem has been parodized. poetess who gave to the world that rich. (See Thomas and Richard. Doctor W. HARVEY.. is still in Who's Who.

a brave little girl who escaped alive from a wolf which had previously partaken of a relative. and is compelled to make the biography flattering. to Date multitudes of readers hope he will remain there for some time to come. HOOD. When a child he devoured inexpensive literature and theatres. Sarsaparilla. Sherlock. Address: Care of the Publisher. solved the mystery of the grave and came back to life in time to see his murderer knighted.com . but the great H.Abika. Now at work on the suffragette case. Epitaph: Au Revoir. After all the criminals in England had been jailed or hung he was killed by an author. but was unknown until Doctor Watson pulled him into print. Was war correspondent for the Greek associated press at the siege of Troy. American-Spanish War hero who lowered his ideals and went to Congress. a man who did things in a hurry. and took up honest writing. Began career as a reporter on the Athens "Times. mythology expert. Also a HOBSON. Found a publisher who thought his writings would sell to posterity. and if he only told what he knew about society--! H. Publication: See libraries and school rooms. This fired his mind to eliminate Scotland Yard as a crime-detecting agency. Entered the profession of a detective. solved the most complicated mysteries with a stroke of his hypodermic needle. HOMER. detective. Fourth Estate. a fine robber of merry England who took from the rich and gave to the poor. Recreation: Fond of Doyle's works and the violin. C. Red Riding. Later H. Home: Sicily. took charge of the Ulysses Tours. Ambition: Fewer classics and more money." Was discharged for incompetence. Address: 31 Baker Street. Robin. Was heard by great crowds. Samuel. Later he became a temperance lecturer. and journalist. Clubs: Literary. Recreation: Filling his fountain pen or cleaning typewriter. 26 HILL. HOOD. Address: Care Athens. But. HOOD. All the society scandals were placed in his hands. Get any book for free on: www. and was only baffled in locating the murderer of Cock Robin. [4] Ed. travel writer. Note: The editor hopes to meet Mr. His fortune was then made. Watson. and made crackerjack material for stories. Ambition: Sales. Produced statistics to show how few saloons failed after a lecture. Ambition: Another Dr. HOLMES. the manufacturer of another remedy for Harvey's discovery. Hichens some day.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Clubs: London Prison Society. His name struck terror into the hearts of criminals and competing publishers. celebrated rain storm.

a rhymester of Greece who sang and drank of the Falernian wine. Attracted tremendous attention. C. She was the first woman to manufacture ideals. Epitaph: The Vote Is Mightier Than The Pen. gave interviews. society. finance. went about making life worth while.com . and beautiful women. chariot racer. also employed many good lawyers and used them frequently. actor. He also was responsible for the phrase. father of the American unwhitened newspapers. The Man of the. Recreation: Reading yellow journals. and swam the Tiber without getting stuck in the mud. aviation. Employed the greatest staff of imaginary geniuses ever gathered together. HORATIUS. music. stage. and has been made the patron saint of the suffragettes (see Suffragette). Discovered the words "wish" and "if" and gave her name to the world. Address: All countries. Ambition: Another hour. Won fame in war. "The Mexican Situation. Address: Perhaps she has resided in your home. packed up. pulpit. a Mexican who made it necessary to employ extra telegraphers and throat lotions at the White House. Roman bridge tender who saved the city. and moved to the next town. most popular and versatile man who ever lived. by saving a life and in exploring." HUR. Benjamin. literature. HOUR. politics. the most beautiful woman who ever lived. eccentricities.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Recreation: Basking. HUERTA. family. HORACE. Ambition: Same as Bryan. Made addresses. only controlling a few newspapers. Democrat. HYDE. H. Mr. William Randolph. H. Newspapers printed his picture and ran long articles about his life. H. to wit: the aforesaid geniuses and newspapers. a Grecian poet who improved poetry by permitting words Get any book for free on: www. She was a near relation of Ambition. His accomplishments were infinite. science. He soon purchased others. raced his horses. Recreation: Success. Clubs: All open. Fortified by his constituents. He was the man everyone wanted to shake by the hand so they could tell other people they had done it. H. (See Dr. Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Victoriano. Started life in a humble manner. showed his noble figure. Address: All large American cities. to Date HOPE. Ambition: The discouraged. Jekyll. downed the villain. His magical touch changed their color.) 27 I IBYCUS. was lionized by royalty. received honors. art. entered politics as a candidate for anything. Was always Bryaned and Roosevelted.Abika. Appeared in all large cities. She was loved by all those millions of lovers and all those millions of men and women who endeavored to do things. HURST. These men had the ability to write unhampered by mere details or facts. etc.

thirteen popes. Address: Greece. the man who kept company with Jill. of Russia. ISAAC (last name unknown). to Date to rhyme at the ends of the lines.com .Abika. one of those contented souls who did not believe in anything. the king.'s name is sometimes connected with the discovery of America. but especially the latter). Record holder for the first tumble. Killed while at work. a Spanish queen who vowed she would not change her clothes until the Moors were driven from the country. ISAIAH. claimed by historians to have been a Jewess. Ambition: A Wright machine. father of aviation. I. made Rip Van Winkle wake up.[5] Spent his childhood like all little Isaacs and later married Rebecca. Ambition: Occupation: Water An artesian well in Get any book for free on: www. Selected water as the spot for his fall. a prophet who wore second-hand clothing. C. and wrote a few biographies. Had two famous sons. Historians claim he would have made another fortune had he lived when the sun-dial trust had its own way. as Columbus took a more active part. ISHMAEL. Recreation: Tuning up. Traveled extensively in the desert with his mother. son of Abraham. however.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Clubs: Aero. Robt. INNOCENT. ISABELLA. Was probably blown up or died in prison. INGERSOLL. carrier. ICARUS. Her husband. but failed.. Abraham and Sarah. whose appearance complicated his father's estate. INGERSOLL. and made a fortune by telling people what he believed. and was not picked up with the debris. is an error. Little is known of his life except that he built a celebrated fort to protect the poor Cossacks from the molestations of the populace. first man to bring the price of turnips to within the reach of authors and artists. Died at the tender age of 180 years. Washington. Note: The editor apologizes for a seeming familiarity He did his best to ascertain the lady's last name. G. s. This. IEKATERINOGRADSK. raised an army and accomplished the feat. Address: Rome. [5] Ed. 28 IRVING. Esau and Jake (see both. J JACK. a pleasing American writer who visited Westminster Abbey.

C.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Started in business again with a small capital. JILL.) JACOB.. Like all rich men. Joe. (See Joe. Even in hard luck he patronized the temple.) JAEGER. Later married. a physician who took a dose of his own medicine. Samuel. Ambition: A chance at the New York Stock market. JEFFREYS. J. s. and entered the market. but never went on the stage. Formed the camel trust and cornered the real estate market. JAMES. and champagne made even a colored gentleman a "waser. John. Also wrote.com . JAMES. JANOS. called "Jack.Abika. claimed his underwear kept him warm. the author. Jack's girl. stole. The market tumbled and so did J. formerly a prize fighter. JEW. Jesse. to Date the valley. JAPHETH. and appeared in paper novels for the benefit of the messenger boy. King. (See Johnson. and was thus made famous. he had a good young manhood. Isaac. third officer of the Ark. H. went broke. no relation of the above. and was responsible for Joseph and his brethren. death to his comforters. Wandering. (See Jill." JOHNSON. Recreation: Sackcloth and ashes. birthright speculator. manufacturer of a popular beverage. a Scotchman who was considered good enough to be elected king of England. saved his money. Slept on a stone and had hard dreams.. traveler.) JEKYLL. His camels died of the colic or were stolen. who carried his gloves and bluff once too often to the ring. an American westerner who murdered. JOHNSON. Was mother's pet. JEFFERSON. remarried. automobile. Get any book for free on: www. only stopping at the call of such men as Eugene Sue and Lew Wallace. accident occurred. Employed the greatest press agent the world has ever seen. and the publisher. Became proficient as a character impersonator. Doctor Gustav. who learned that too much chicken. a fine old memory. and believed while there was money it could be had. She was assisting her fiance when the 29 JOB. an ancient Hebrew who has been going over the face of the earth for centuries. James J. Left home suddenly. and ended his days ahead of the game. and brother of Esau. prehistoric millionaire who had his ups and downs. Family troubles also distressed him. Doctor." one-time black champion prize-fighter of the world.

Swam until he was tired. but usually unconventionally called by her first name. only one of that great multitude of women who carried a heart which was broken by the ambitions of a man. etc. Address: Olympia. Tradition has it that J. JONES. although she frequently hen-pecked him. Years passed. J. a man who loved King David more than a successor. whaler. JONES. This aroused the ire of his brethren.com . displaying her domestic infelicity.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. the Pharaoh. and afterward made him the royal butler. while his brethren had to do the heavy work. Was thrown overboard because he was the jonah. where he refused to elope with the Pharaohess. put J. Mrs. traveler. resulting in Joe being sold as a slave. in prison. and lucky dog. who thanked them for the good luck they had thrust upon him. John. JONATHAN. journeyed to Egypt. to Date JONAH. Clubs: Alpine. Recreation: Killing giants. out of gratitude. A famine occurred in Judea. Born in Judea. Was later mal de mared. There they were confronted by the coatless Joe. causing the animal considerable annoyance when he exercised. and was only prevented from capturing London by the unimportance of the place. C. Recreation: Mountain climbing. John Paul. Tradition also says that J. a Hebrew-Egyptian politician. His story was published. swam ashore.Abika. only a mythological character whose statue has been frequently erected. never could look a fish in the face after the harrowing incident.) JUPITER. JOSEPH. She suffered considerable annoyance at the hands of her husband. made a fortune for Europe by inventing the picture post-card. JUDY. He remained three days and three nights in the interior of the whale. was tough and indigestible. Her husband. (See Romeo. Became renowned for taking a rough trip to sea. Joe's brethren came down to Egypt to lay in provisions. Wore a loud coat. and in the coat being sent to the cleaners. In the United States 30 Get any book for free on: www. father of most of them. Went on the puppet stage for a few hundred years. and a regular Frenchman. and finally made a morsel for a fish. Ambition: To run everything. JUDAS. Ambition: Dry land. disguising himself as a swan. and thanked his lucky stars for his indigestibility and the illness of his rescuer. an American admiral who scared England. JULIET. boss of the ancient gods. and had a splendid sale. a celebrated sweetheart who permitted her lover to make love on a balcony. JOSEPHINE. JUSTICE. When a young man he became his father's favorite. Punch. She had eye trouble. Address: Sodom. Her history was written by one Shakespeare. suicide. Still causes some comment.

Claimed fame solely on account of the invention which prevented men from going home to a scolding without the assistance of lamp posts. Never cared for New York. KHAYYAM. Her statues in other countries are said to be different. a German of some prominence. Recreation: A flask. Historians are endeavoring to ascertain whether he practiced what he preached. "Bill" to his friends. His plaything has grown steadily. Clubs: Army. an Old Dutch cleanser who certainly made England scrub up. Ambition: His army applied to the socialists. Born of royal parents. and money in the other. but for what purpose even the wisest sages could not guess. Like all royal children. KEELEY. K.Abika. and a Persian "thou. Jan. and much applause in his own country. He was the man who introduced the kirk into Scotland. the man who spent his life burying the treasure which several people have been sure they could locate." Epitaph: He Certainly Practised What He Preached. Roosevelt (see the Wonder) on his exhibition through Europe. London. Captain. Address: All large cities. a fine old Persian who wrote a beautiful and heartfelt commentary on headache producers. Inherited his father's position. KIDD. K. Ambition: More grapes. Recreation: Army.. the only violinist who never gave a farewell concert. alias Emperor William. or Paris. considerable comment in England. Doctor. to Date J. 31 K KAISER. is in fine condition. KRUGER. Jack The Giant. Declared his cure was as good as gold. KNOX. books.'s end never has been made public. but is only used for parading and scaring purposes. U. was also honored by a visit from T. Recreation: Getting away from business. Heir: The crown prince. Clubs: W. a man who combined his name and accomplishments.com .WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. he had his own way. KUBELIK. Was said to have been one of the finest men who ever scuttled a ship. H. Was strongly opposed by John Barleycorn and his friends. At a tender age he formed a passion for an army. E. His later years were spent in making additions to the fleet. Get any book for free on: www. although occasionally the little statues are found in the pans. who caused heartfailure in Europe. John. KILLER. T. C. C. water-wagon manufacturer. Oom Paul. Was also a naval constructor. T. of Edinburgh. Omar. but failed to launch the collection plate. Ambition: Large breweries. KIPLING. Address: Army. an English writer who has not been knighted. carried scales with a small statue of politics in one pan. It is said he could not learn anything from his adviser. Rudyard.

Also was the press agent for Mr. of Maxwelton. Get any book for free on: www. took care of her grandchild (see Baby). LAW. [6] Ed. Ambition: To find another widow. Andres Bonar. the Sarah Bernhardt of England less considerable talent. LEDA. paintings. LEHAR. and always knocked before she came into the room. Address: Vatican. LEE and PERKINS. Recreation: Travel. C.[6] Mother-in-. Maxim. a Trojan priest who suffered with delirium tremens. Is said to have spoken on Irish questions. The only woman in history who had a brow like a snowdrift. LANGTRY. LAW. Castor. Together with his sons he posed for his statue while encumbered with a bad attack. Rome. discoverers of Worcestershire sauce and royal saucerers to the king. Charles. confessor of Louis XIV for thirty-four years. of course. Ambition: Those old time lovers. a Scotchman who gave up the iron business to become a mere member of Parliament.com . Ambition: Daughter. LAMB. Mrs. to Date 32 L LACHAISE. except in the south of Ireland. no record of the ceremony can be found. Frank. Address: Parliament. Later she wiped the dishes. one of those immortals who forgot his life of tears to place smiles on paper.Abika. was engaged to be married. Also Jupiter. and told the neighbors what a fine son-in-law she had. LAWSON. This will probably hold good for several editions of Who Was Who. Clubs: Conservative. and statuary. Address: Our house most of the time. Annie. Note: The editor will not be held responsible for the accuracy of the above. LAOCOON. Thomas W. was a kind soul who invited us to dinner. LAURIE. A much-abused ancient whose life and story has been written by malicious biographers. Also the only good-looking lassie in Scotland to whom Burns did not write a few poems. Clubs: Suffrage. Ambition: (?).WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. permitted the gas to be turned down. see mythology books. and Pollux. no relation of the above. He was such an attentive listener and heard so much that the leading cemetery in Paris was named in his honor. Pere. the man who assisted the Merry Widow to make her debut.. helped pay the bills.. of Paris. In reality L. Recreation: Our house. just a squeeler. L.

Manufacturer of a self-advertising LIPTON. Ambition: That cup. Fought Germany. Recreation: Wine. LOT. LLOYD. Lot's husband. to Date 33 LEONORE. into France. of cafe's. wrote music. Epitaph: Quantum Mutatus Ab Illo. a piano player who wore long hair. LEOPOLD. Continued the works of his predecessors. Introduced high heels. LOUIS I.. and song. LOUIS III. and played the piano. Ambition: Song. Has not been dead long enough for historians to make him famous. and one of the men of his race who did not enter politics or the police force. LOUIS VII. the man who will insure anything except the prospects for the sale of this book. She also was considered one of the salt of the earth. Get any book for free on: www. Introduced the words "a la" and dressmakers into Paris. Mrs. LOUIS IV. women. Put the "is" in Paris. Introduced champagne into France. Sir Thomas. Introduced absinthe. Started pre-tango dancing. 1106-1137. women. called the Debonnaire. LORELEI. Enlarged the works of his ancestors. of the Congo and Belgium. Introduced chorus girls into France. LISZT. LIMBURGER.Abika. said to be a beautiful German lady who always hides herself when the tourist goes down the Rhine. Address: Several in Brussels. LOT. Frank. of Germany.com . the only woman who had an inquisitiveness which became practical. 1187-1196. a knighted Irishman who advertised tea with Shamrocks. 778-840. cheese. 846-879. C. and welcomes Italy and Poland to the United States. became famous because she had a lover who left her with a good song. LOUIS VI.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. 882-936. 966-987. menu. Mrs. Introduced cafe's LOUIS II. LOUIS V. 1137-1180. 936-954. LIBERTY. King. a huge lady who guards New York harbor. and wine. of his predecessors. Patron Continued the work Inaugurated the French LOUIS VIII.

Reopened cafe's. T. Spent early days only in living. LOUIS XII. Walked Get any book for free on: www. A Louis who continued the traditions of his ancestors. LOUIS X. 9. From that moment all other hers he had known became lemons. 1601-1643.com . champagne. candy. Was a patron of cafe's. LOUIS XV. Furniture builder. of Queens Pompadour and Du-Barry.000. and saint. H. called a Bird. Epitaph: Easy Falls The Head Which Wore A Crown. LOUIS XIII. 1785-1795. and constructor. shaved every day. was an expert prevaricator. 1638-1715. called the Grand. The only Louis who did not live long enough to have the good times of his ancestors. Fought England. Married Marie Antoinette. and flowers. Was king when the United States were discovered. Ambition: To have been any one of his ancestors. He was the Louis who got back on the job after the dizziness of the Revolution and Napoleon had subsided. Fought the Turks and was taken prisoner. L. Very unpopular in Paris. dressed neatly. In young manhood he met Her. 1775-1824. Spent evenings at Her house. LOUIS XIV. Very popular. wig maker. He was the man who captured Alsace-Lorraine from Germany. the Louvre. Spent salary for theatre tickets. Was fond of the fireplace and hands. to Date 34 LOUIS IX. LOUIS XVIII.000 francs worth of him. 1754-1793. While his subjects were starving he ate pate de foies gras. Also assisted Paris in acquiring her reputation. Address: Not permitted to receive letters. and Paris in general. LOUIS XVII. Recreation: Short walks in the jail yard. conqueror of worlds. E. Recreation: Dancing and attending to affairs of state. salon decorator.Abika. 1423-1483. Polished shoes. (See Napoleon III.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Introduced the taxicab. Detested gas or electric lights. LOUIS XI. and Napoleon's tomb. Not a patron of his ancestors. Ambition: Strauss waltzes at Versailles. Address: Versailles. They objected and carried his White Wigginess to Paris. Was a good Louis. lunatic. and the only Louis for whom the world has a word of sympathy. Quarreled occasionally. C. LOVER.. Permitted Cardinal Richelieu to king for him. 1289-1316. but--. He lived during the reigns LOUIS XVI. Was awarded his halo for work in the Crusades. called the saint. 1215-1263. called the Last. Introduced the turkey trot and the salome dance at Versailles. 1462-1515. 1710-1774. architect of castles. Built Versailles. His subjects thought 7.) Motto: I am the state. even No. and died too soon to hear of the discovery of the United States. and never ate onions. where he ended his reign.

L. of France. said some things. sweetest. MARCONI. Discovered a good excuse for women to gaze in mirrors. traveler.. a German who started competition. and sprinkles some sand in his eyes. finest. Recreation: Watch bill-boards. MAGELLAN. discoverer of a method of keeping dry outside on a rainy day. Manager of the New York Baseball organization. wide world. He could not keep quiet. one of the fathers of the French Revolution. Sand. Clubs: Down and Out. Epitaph: A Manuel And His Kingdom Are Soon Parted. Address: Watch bill-boards. a celebrated Irish diver. noblest. Only calls after supper. MAN. the man who got into straits and straights. McGRAW. LUTHER. to Date on air. of England. who could rule a city. Address: Her home. Guglielmo. MARAT. 35 M McGINTY. Epitaph: For Men May Come and Men May Go. an old fellow who visits houses blessed with a child. he was the dearest. Later L. John J. Ambition: A mother-in-law. Was a very sweet and very wise young man. Became incensed at his army and subjects. permitted him to sit closer. Diet: Poor. albatross raiser. a royal somnambulist. Tells the little one he has played enough for the day.. bravest lovey in the wide. Ambition: Lisbon and a dancing queen. MARINER. Also caused heartfailure on a rainy day. Overlooked the fact that a king may rule a nation. King. Madame. but frequently is a poor press agent. Martin. Had a terrible time keeping away from his friends who wanted him to have a good time. Introduced Parisian life into Lisbon. and late of Portugal. Lady. frequently used by the Philadelphia Athletics to gain the world's championship.com . Her blushed.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. biggest. One night Her looked wonderfully beautiful. Gathered fame by Get any book for free on: www. departs the little bundle is asleep in the nursery or all cuddled up in Mother's lap. MACBETH. MANUEL. Clubs: None. MACKINTOSH. the man who made the inventors of telegraph poles and wires look foolish. His inventions have made it possible for New York stock brokers to continue their business while journeying to Paris. C. MARCEL. secured an embarrassing interview and visited a jewelry store. but not a woman. Ambition: Sand for the older folks. Moved in haste. and then told L.Abika. When M. A.

a celebrated ancient who had the delirium tremens in an acute stage. errand boy for the gods. When a young man he discovered that the tourists were not paying enough money to see the sights. as it was against the regulations of the institution to permit animals. thus causing considerable mirth among the pupils. M. in the class-rooms. who introduced New York prices into a naughty cafe. MEDICI. returned the lamb to the stable. Epitaph: Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense. the manufacturer of a baby and good complexion perquisite. MARTINI. a young girl who was presented with a famous lamb. of Venice.Abika. Was also an artist's model. as he only manufactured things to kill people. MAXIM. MENDELSSOHN. see a few chorus girls.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. MAXIM. Katie. wrote a tune which is usually played when a man goes to his fate. and talk to English-speaking waiters. Guarded the pigeons of his square and the tourist who dwelt within his canals. Recreation: Staying at home. With the assistance of some handsomely gowned women he opened a cafe on the Rue Royal where they could. MENNEN. MELLIN. an Italian French woman whose past was uncovered by those historians. For years it was patronized by his countrymen until they were ruined. manufacturer of an American before-dinner drink which tastes too good. Get any book for free on: www. Saint. Conveyed it to school with her one day. Press Agent: The Merry Widow and the Girl from Maxims. MARY.com . Wore a pair of winged feet and feathers in his hat. Recreation: Bluebird raising. and not to financially ruin them. no relation of the above. picture has been widely distributed. 36 His MERCURY. other than the children. he was the man who tried to cheat the baby out of the bottle. but never admired. Nothing like it for your face after shaving. hear champagne bottles. C. to Date making a voyage with some dead ones. Seldom was seen without the animal. MARK. Was fond of poison. pay double prices for everything. MEDUSA. MATERLINCK. a Belgian who believed the best way to get "copy" about himself into the newspapers was to try to keep it out. Ambition: Americans. Her biography has been extensively published. Was severely reprimanded by the teacher. patron saint of the American-English tourist in Paris. His feat has frequently been duplicated on liners out of the regular tourist season. but did not care for Methodists or Presbyterians. Later only royalty and tourists were permitted to enter and form a mistaken idea of the real French cafe.

They always became fervently religious. Found the sword was mightier than his kin. From this time the journey to the Promised Land was slow. His salvation army was successful. MICHEL. P. he kicked the devil out of paradise. John. Allah. Publications: The Koran. inventor of the harem. Now in those days the children of Egypt were wont to patronize the bazaars of the children of the Chosen. the founder of a doctrine. Epitaph: A Man's Works Take After Him. When M. Mumm who did much to bring the price of champagne to within the reach of millionaires.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Recreation: Walking toward mountains. Mecca. MOSES. His prisoners were given the alternative of a finely tempered. and the man who introduced mormonism into Arabia. He pleaded and plagued the king for permission to close the pawn shops and clothing stores. embarked on a marrying campaign with equal success.. and yet do not wish to make the test. to Date Ambition: A telegraph. and was instantly made the patron saint of France. Ambition: The crescent on every flag. the title of which is known by everybody and the contents by few. and made Mecca the mecca for everything. Adopting an original compass. Born in the bullrushes of Egypt. Became a professional. he discovered there were not sufficient shekels for himself and countrymen in the land of Egypt. two competitors of Mr. The brave rabbi closed the kosher meat stores and took ship's leave. spilled the sea on them and marched on. whose whereabouts in the dark has puzzled all generations. after the manner of his people. Later M. He then married a widow and retired.. Took up religion as a hobby. Early life spent in business. MILTON. C. religion.Abika. James.com . Entered politics as the son of Pharaoh's daughter and the leader of the Ghetto. MONROE. MORSE.) Also manufactured crescents. Arabia. MOET and CHANDON. Saint. Same as the gods. waxed astute. MOLIERE. Samuel G. a French author who wrote a few plays we do not have to see alone. MIKE. an inventor who might have used his talents in other lines had Marconi lived before his time. he made forced marches to the Red Sea. and Pharaoh was wroth within himself and refused the passports. Pat's partner (see Pat). an ancient who was not like one in a thousand. Jean B. the practicability of which nations desire to learn. Here the synagogue was overtaken by Pharaoh and his army. wrote a Dante book. This did not pay. M. MOHAMMED. 37 METHUSELAH. stroking his beard. Address: 23 Blvd. (See B. a treatise on everything. Young. beauti-fully inlaid damascus blade or Islam. Recreation: Address: General delivery. Whether this Get any book for free on: www.

MUNYON. Began Get any book for free on: www. [7] Ed. Started life by placing Corsica on the map. C. MOSES. Publications: Histories. Never succeeded as a sentry. traveler.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. MURPHY. to Date was due to good business or sore feet history does not relate. Baron. Went after Russia. Had more trouble with that man Nelson. He devoured Germany. lectures. After the powers were powerless N. he is held in high regard due to his failure to claim the discovery of the north pole. Note: The editor is personally responsible for the above stated facts. scampered about Europe adding countries to France. Holy. and whose ambitions were larger than his good luck. Doctor. Recreation: Tennis and camel racing. a little Frenchman who wore a big hat. N. Became rich and divorced. explorer. Address: Care of Jewish Legation. Maud. Also enjoyed tent life.Abika. Charles J. Entered the army. MULLER. Ambition: A railroad from Cairo to Jerusalem. He died before the journey was complete. Held the theory that while there was life there was a chance to sell some of his medicine. They gave him a few more soldiers. They all attacked him. Captured Egypt. That settled it. Like all great men. 38 MUNCHAUSEN. After breaking them he returned to camp. Later he used his masters and prize-winning chums as first-row soldiers. The products of his cellars are frequently purchased by persons who cannot afford them. a little curl on his forehead. Frequently amused himself by taking a couple of soldiers and capturing a city or an army between meals. an American herb doctor and optimist. but they made it too hot and too cold for him. MUMM. M. They form one of the principal ingredients of a good time (see Paris). later climbed a mountain and received the ten commandments. and newspaper interviews have been questioned by scientific men.com . he was the dunce at school. See What's Who of New York City. Introduced Roosevelt publicity tactics into France and carried a third term. no relation of the above. became unpopular with his neighbors. Started things. The politicians in Paris saw the young man was not without talents. While many of his books. but had trouble with one Nelson of England. N NAPOLEON.[7] the man who made the most expensive drink on earth. one of the few country girls who never went to New York City. He ate wars. He was the fellow who came around when you hit your finger with the hammer. Then he went after countries. He attacked them all.

Mrs. Ambition: A French Nelson. He was the man who did not devour Germany. an old king whose name is blamed hard to spell. A Roman emperor who thought nothing burned like a good tarred Christian. Carrie. to Date quarreling again. Europe. England. At last he was cooped up in Paris. C. Visited Elba. Ambition: A good show in the Colosseum. Address: Fontainbleau. Also made fire departments a necessity in the Eternal City. But No Bonaparte. Has charge of the Atlantic liners. Address: Atlantic. Epitaph: Here Lies A Napoleon. with a whole island. Nero's wife. Address: Paris when the Dutchmen would permit him. NAPOLEON II. Took some veterans to Belgium. There he was met by another Englishman by the name of Wellington who introduced him to Waterloo. Isaac. a man who was knighted for propounding the theory that it is easier to wait under a tree for an apple to fall than to climb after it. Ambition: Rough on rats for the Kaiser and Bismarck. and progeny.com . a lover who forgot there were other girls. Started things again. NATION. Was driven from home when a young man. Later N. Clubs: Chorus Girls. a window-smashing American liquor suffragette who believed the ridiculous doctrine that all men should be sober all the time. NERO. and the seasick.. For his kindness in leaving Europe England presented N. Set up competition and succeeded wonderfully. Clubs: Yacht. Revisited France. a friend of everybody. NEBUCHADNEZZAR. became responsible for one of the sights of Paris. One of those good souls who never fails to give encouragement and grasp you by the hand when you want to do something you know you should not do. Epitaph: I Desire That My Ashes Shall Rest On The Banks Of The Seine Among The Few French People I Did Not Take To War. 39 NAPOLEON III. Always carried his right hand in the front of his coat. Recreation: Fiddling. Recreation: Storms. NARCISSUS. N. Will stick to you clear to the end. and pined away into a flower and a tiresome song. Ambition: A bridge from London to New York. and flew the white flag. Recreation: Travel. NERO (first name forgotten). wireless. NEPTUNE. numbers among his friends most of the great Get any book for free on: www. Organized the largest community in existence.Abika. Recreation: Walking along the shore. King.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. no matter who turns them down. NEWTON. Old. a complementary guard. and paid all his living expenses for six years. boss of the seas. who had considerable trouble with her husband. NIC. and At Sea. This is steadily growing despite considerable opposition. Absent. Epitaph: For He Was A Jolly Good Fellow.

Publications: French literature. Practised in obscurity. Ambition: You. Epitaph: De Profundis. NOAH. cabarets. Recreation: Theatres. 40 O O'CONNELL. Tradition connects his name with the early stages of the home rule bill. the inventor of the black hand and labor union weapon. William of. and never sat in the seat of the scornful. Nic promised to return the lady if O. raised in Dublin. Patrick. A. Dan. Died in Dublin. NIMROD. She died. descended to the abode of Old Nic. The bride did not wear shoes. O. Married Eurydice. and deer hunter who succeeded without the advantages of a gun. Spent a happy honeymoon. Probably born in Dublin. Ararat without first making the ascension. Sweet Rosie. Ambition: No more floods. Clubs: Dublin. Clubs: Yacht. and for all the editor has been able to ascertain Get any book for free on: www. Address: Care of the Editor. Occupation: Looking for idle hands. Recreation: Oratory. Favorite Color: Green. said to have been an Irishman. also of Ireland. O. started for the door. also travels extensively. Ambition: Ireland south of Ulster. etc. He was the man who made it a crime to wear the color named after him on the seventeenth of March. C. Made several successful concert tours. She was bitten by a serpent. A fine old ancestor who had considerable to do in preserving the race for we posterity. His invention also made possible the premature discharge of dynamite and the awarding of the Noble prizes. and charmed him with some Grecian ragtime.) ORPHEUS. N. a game preserve.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. (See St. was the first man to descend Mt. animal tamer. Recreation: Bridge. Mone Carlo. of Norway. lutist. Took to the sea when well advanced in years. Address: Dublin. Studied shipbuilding on the Clyde and designed the largest floating stable on record. the first grouse. When a young man he was given a lute. would promise to get out of the place without looking around to see what other respectable people were there. ship-builder. or a license.com . O'GRADY. Address: Paris. some fine books and pictures. or a larger crew. cafe's. pheasant. champagne. He heard familiar voices and rubbered. Dublined in Dublin. N. NOBLE. but still bragged about. music halls. long dead. Epitaph: Ad Infinitum. Raised cain in Dublin. Made quite a reputation as an animal collector. That ended the contract. also of Ireland. and later appeared before large audiences. Repealed in Dublin. Publications: The Log of the Ark. When a young man he shunned the ways of young men. Fond of chorus girls..Abika. Caused much worry to mothers and wives. to Date people who ever lived. ORANGE. He is counting on others. but seldom troubled the men.

Peter.Abika. son of the King of Tyre. Spent years of her life wondering why the men would not give them the privilege. Sancho. PARIS. Ambition: A pair of shoes or a goat's appetite. a little fellow who was a delightful actress. C. although she was a very good woman. "Votes for Women" in the Union Jack. another farewell-concert giver. a Grecian goddess who was metamorphosed into a raven perch by Poe. Recreation: Medicine. Fathered fife and drum corps. They were married. Othello lost one of her favorite handkerchiefs and was killed by her enraged husband. Clubs: Musical. musical instrument maker. Recreation: Hunting and falling in love. friend of poets. smashed windows. who wore long red hair. Girlhood spent in developing muscle. OSTLER. Shakespeare. insured his fingers. a all fossils should who got that story Address: Oxford. a soulful expression.. of Venice. Took after the latter." Publications: From the Cradle to the Ballot. A city in France has been named to do him honor. Mrs. Windows I have Smashed. Don Quixote's interlocutor and stable boss. Never cared for the ministry. Recreation: Planning the "next. Ignace Jan. of England. monstrosity. heard of the incident and made some money out of it. PAN. P PADEREWSKI. Address: London. Ambition: To murder the men into print. PALLAS. Was also a sheep fancier. Born in Morocco. Ambition: A woman king. Care Scotland Yard. Address: Greece. and made speeches for a living. a celebrated English woman who terrorized a government. and theories. Get any book for free on: www. starved herself. an Italian girl. a writer. and crowded houses in England and the United States. pluck. doctor who was knighted for proposing that be ostlerized. and broke pianos. Epitaph: He Practised.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. PANKHURST. Sylvia. Preached. believed in fairies. PANZA. a little Pankhurst who helps mamma break things. Born half a man and half a goat. Mrs. who ran away with another man's wife named Helen. Went to Venice and fell in love with one Desdemona. blew up things. William. But Not What He 41 OTHELLO. Studied music under the old masters and outfluted Apollo. PANKHURST.com . to Date Eurydice is there to this day. She appeared before the public and declared that the liquor traffic would be terminated when women voted. PAN.

PEAR. William. Ambition: That a certain man had not made him get all the way there the last time. Experimented with mad dogs until he came to the conclusion they should be shot or chained. a Scotchman who drove all the snakes out of Ireland with the exception of those in bottles. the longest-winded singer who ever stepped on an opera stage. The editor does PEARY.. Started the golden age of Greece with a loud blast of the horn of plenty. Doctor. and hung up the American Liberty Bell. PETER. a voice. of Athens. together with his brothers in Parliament.. Adelina. PATRICK. old town of Philadelphia. and keeps the people of England clean for a penny a week. He also entered politics. bought Pennsylvania. explorer who said he reached the north pole and convinced a few people. PENN. a man whose picture appears on all Quaker Oats boxes. [8] Ed. a singer who said au revoir but not good bye. also of Ireland. captured the American police force. His business is international with the exception of Glasgow and Italy. Grave: The Cook incident. to Date 42 PARNELL. Went on the stage and set the world laughing. Secured his reputation through brains.com . PARSIFAL. C. and general. Was also forced to write a book and lecture.Abika. Political boss. a Conservativeless England. He introduced the art of chocolate making into Switzerland. and a well-oiled political machine. Note: not use soap. An Englishman who left his country. built the slow. and the art of eating it Get any book for free on: www. father of the downfall of English ministries and Ulster. Ambition: An Ulsterless Ireland. Also introduced the brogue and the shamrock into the Emerald Isle. Epitaph: The Bills Men Introduced Live After Them.[8] the man who names most of the London busses. PASTEUR. S. First man to successfully explode dynamite in Parliament without being executed. PAT. Saint. This is not an advertisement. Cook Almost Got Ahead of Me.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. discoverer. rules Great Britain and the United States. Born of Irish parents. no relation to the following. There he took up the hod-carrying business. philosopher. Epitaph: Cum Grano Salis. PATTI. At an early age he emigrated to the United States. Address: Close to the English ministry. C. Publications: How Dr. A subway station in Paris has been named after him. PERICLES. Captain Robert E. and.

the only man who had more lives than a cat. boss of the underworld until Old Nic got on the job. a king of Spain who. to Date into America. These were accepted as proofs by the University of Venice. and some Japanese lanterns. PLUVIUS. Address: Spain. Made a fortune out of advertisements. Saint. Ambition: To the Inquisition with all Englishmen. Peter. F. R. Began expeditions from Venice. POE. Recreation: Oiling hinges. Benefactor of Moses and Joseph. PLUTO. POLLUX. traveler. discovered a method of making political speakers more careful of what they said. PINKHAM. with an armada to press his suit. Isaac. and women who believed what they read. Was also the father of Pharaoh's daughter. E. and the Orient. PITMAN. (See Mother and Brother. Leda's other twin. Ambition: The north pole. a Chinese laundry. Edward. little boxes of pills. an American poet who specialized in ravens and cold chills. A. and the queen an old maid. Marco..) POLO. Caused considerable worry to his creditors. Ambition: A new key.com . Get any book for free on: www. teeth. Raymond. to have visited the countries. endeavored to marry a queen of England. Also the manufacturer of a morning beverage. however. Japan. C. Lydia.. discoverer. Ed.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. G. a fine old bearded saint who is an excellent bookkeeper. was the fellow who always made it rain when you wanted to wear your new hat or go to a ball game. PINAUD. He is supposed. of Egypt. Motto: Faint heart never won fair lady. PIPER.. of vegetable compound fame. PHILIP II. Returned to Venice and Doctor Cooked his neighbors. Also held accounts against many people. Ambition: More children and people with sweet 43 PETER. Built a few pyramids. and made a handsome mummy. His invention has secured wealthy husbands for many a pretty and poor stenographer. and a detester of roosters. A church in Rome has taken his name. Discovered China. POINCAIRE. S. Address: Golden gates. PLUTARCH.Abika. a Frenchman who has a splendid opportunity to get out of this book. famous picker of pickled peppers. PHARAOH. as he produced a pair of chop sticks. cigarette factories. discoverer of the only thing which would have saved your hair. Both the suit and the armada were left in the bay of Biscay. and lecturer.

The editor apologizes for the few Q's who have QUIETUS. when he came around.com . Ancient records state he invariably had an excuse for present inactivity. a warrior who retired from service and invented soldiers to be shot when the next big war comes along. but finally returned and became respectable like all other Englishmen. PUNCH. PUCCINI. Ambition: Plenty of hair. Always put his name to everything QUIXOTE. C. Note: been famous. also is responsible for the vast fortunes acquired by porters. He visited Paris. and helped make the dances at Versailles a success.. and that satire would Get any book for free on: www.. PROCRASTINATOR. Pilgrim. Address: Nobody knows. and was defeated by a windmill. he showed to the world that a laugh cuts deeper than a sword. and a great favorite with the children. He was a thief. Recreation: Versailles. Address: See Louis. to Date POMPADOUR. was stuck in the mud. Madame. Made some desperate conquests for his lady-love. T. Robert S. Traveled in several European countries and spoke all the best-selling languages. Put off everything except Death. an Englishman who made an extensive journey encumbered with a large pack. P. E. and even did his best to keep him away as long as possible. maker of tunes and curtain calls. of Rome. In all his defeats. however." PULLMAN. PYTHAGORAS. Giacomo. an extinct man who believed in the doctrine of To-morrow. an American who invented an expensive means of travel. Said to have been a peach.Abika. but would promise results the following day. Was a close friend of Failure. Ambition: To accomplish to-morrow what the other fellow is doing to-day. even if he did beat his old wife. POWELL-BADEN. but was never convicted. Motto: No time like the future. and who gave the classical name "La Faniculla del West" to the plain "girl of the golden west. 44 Q[9] [9] Ed. coiffeur. a Greek who said some people would be pigs after they were dead. Led a hen-pecked life. Clubs: Anti. Clubs: Many. Fluvius. had some hairbreadth escapes. PROGRESS. A musician who did not starve. His name has been given to a serious London publication. famous knight-errant of Spain. Queen of France. H. Recreation: Always before business.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Don. Was a great friend of Louis XV. husband of Judy.

S. a giant of antiquity who was not killed by a stone. REMINGTON. used the Vatican as his studio. and with it her friends. R. a poor boy who saved his money and purchased South Africa. To be invited to her salon meant that you would get plenty to eat. and canvas weaving. C. one of the men who was permitted to hold hands with Queen Elizabeth. the man who invented a typewriter at which many pretty stenographers[11] sit. Her R. machine. Filled walls. RHODES. Recreation: Painting.'s were always accepted. and that you would have to wear your Sunday clothes. and permitting cigarettes to be named after him. with some expensive paintings. art.com . Note: The editor apologizes for the character of the R's who have been famous. to Date kill where a lance could not penetrate. that you were somebody.. RICHELIEU.Abika. Also brought considerable fame down upon himself by filling a museum in Amsterdam with tourist-drawing paintings. the man who held down the throne for Louis Get any book for free on: www. Note: Advertisement for the stenographers. The Book. like Angelo. principally in Italy. that you would see somebody. RECAMIER. He rusted to death. RAMESES II. Ambition: The man of the hour.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. The word quixotic is used to his commemoration. V. Madame. Address: All galleries. he is the fellow who said a chef-d'oeuvre like Who Was Who should be used for ballast. Cardinal. Colossus of. Cecil. [11] Ed. of Paris. a decorator who took paint in its raw state and made it worth money. an Egyptian king who went about building burial mountains. not the REVIEWER. and. Supplied the society column to the newspapers. finally lost her money. 45 R[10] [10] Ed. Dutch painter who specialized in portraits of old ladies and Rembrandt. Ambition: Churches with larger walls. RALEIGH. Walt. RAPHAEL. REMBRANDT. Epitaph: When She Had It She Spent It. His other feats were the introduction of the pipe into England and the plug into Ireland. RHODES. P. statues to himself.

and purchased some oil fields. 46 Get any book for free on: www. RODIN.. Also another Supreme Court decision. to Date XIII.. Recreation: Sunday school. Ambition: To be like father. Like all millionaires.A. and telling young men of the futility of competition. He struck oil. He claimed distinction simply because some people were sufficiently clever to do things before his name could be pronounced. Teddy. T..com . Ambition: Americans and English nobility. ROBESPIERRE. ROOSEVELT. Address: Ritz and Carlton.Abika. a Frenchman who did his utmost to fill European and American galleries with statues at a price which would have made Mike Angelo a billionaire. As his wealth increased his stomach and hair wore out. Could make seven people dizzy thinking of his money. press agent. helped the missions out of his $3 a week. August. Clubs: Does not need any. Then he began purchasing colleges to keep young men out of business. and disagreed with the Duke of Buckingham. C. R. Recreation: Visiting his hotels. worked hard. M. Later hit a snag in the Orient. but cannot. A. and doubling his fortune by the dissolution of his business. He was a good boy. he was born penniless. brother of Sam Hill. ROJESVENSKY. R. an American who endeavored to drive his camel through the eye of a needle by giving advice. who learned that his road to true love ended in a cemetery. building churches and colleges. ROMEO. a French politician who had the opportunity of doing to his enemies what most politicians would like to do to theirs. Recreation: Golf. Jr. ROMULUS. the coiffeurs. Occupation: Forming new trusts and enlarging the old ones. ROBINSON.. Address: Courts and church. Spent the latter portion of his life dodging subpoenae servers. RITZ. Theodore. Never knew what a good time he could have with his Dad's coin in Paris. He made it in a trust. the little Rockefeller who will have the fun of spending it. John D. Remus' twin. married. Ambition: More churches. M. a great Russian admiral and sea fighter who gloriously defeated the fishing squadron in the English Channel. colleges. Collaborated with his brother in home life and in building Rome. when he can spare the time from his legal and congressional investigations. and told other young men how fortunate they were in being born poor and all about the fungus which grows on the root of all evil. innkeeper who made hotels in which we all would like to stop. Jack. and less competition.. and squeezing competitors. ROCKEFELLER. nom de plume. C. C. John D. Juliet's best fellow. Was finally voted out and down. Admiral. ROCKEFELLER. Clubs: Y. Clubs: Y.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B.

and told the country what a great president he was." Guildhall orator. wore a rough rider hat. a pleasant creature. was elected by the greatest majority in history until the ballots were hatched.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Oyster Bay for newspapermen. Ambition: To get back into Who's Who and Washington. R. When it came time to elect another president. successfully advertised himself. 47 Get any book for free on: www. circus leader. P. When a young man he spent his father's money by going to college. the Morgan-Rockefellers of Europe without quite as much money.Abika. Clubs: Founder of the Ananias. Returning to the United States he placed his hand in state politics. Being a wealthy man. RUBENS. "I. Address: The Outlook. an artist who realized styles frequently changed." traveler. Epitaph: Same as Bryan's. started the Panama Canal. a very wicked Scotchman whom we all hope will always escape the police. and proclaimed himself a second Moses who was destined to lead the children of America out of the Land of the Frying Pan into that of the Fire. C. interview giver. started his campaign with such a huge band he could not hear any others. "ME. During the Spanish-American War he employed a troop of rough riders. he toured Europe and told the king how to king and the emperors how to emp. was tired of scene shifting and yearned for the bouquets of the audience. ROTHSCHILDS. and got into the newspapers. Charlotte. R. R. Here his newspaper career really began. placed an international Harvester Trust halo over his head. and therefore painted fat people without their clothes. He girded up his loins with the robes of sanctity. circus." mooser. but one who sometimes caused pain after a visit. "MYSELF. became governor of New York State with ambitions. Fingers were badly burned. ROY. After shooting a museum-full of specimens." R. RUSSE. lecturer. The fight was based on telling the voters how easily they had been deceived four years earlier in what he had told them concerning that "molycoddle Taft. who also wanted to get back. Panama canal. and a former retired and retiring president of the United States. R. shooting lions. down-with-rafter. band-wagon. P. hunter. the family. to Date The Outlook. stormed San Juan Hill. and capable of contributing to the cause of the Republican party. first opened a three-ring circus in the White House. band-wagon driver. and raising a large family.com . and did not object to four years more. Later he joined the ranks of William Jennings Bryan.. he was elected vice-president of the United States. and appointed one William Howard Taft (see Poor Bill) his successor. Made up his mind he would stay there. With a mighty army of politicians. then traveled through Africa with a magnificent body guard of photographers and newspaper men. museum collector. teddy bear manufacturer. The voters believed him. dee-lighted. Publications: The "I" books. A hand other than his own made him president. Robert. During this administration R. R. rough rider.

Recuperated slowly. was assisted in early life by a number of men who took an interest in him. Wore a goatee. Godfathered by France. smoked cigarettes. an anti-bomb loving monarch with modern subjects and a tenth-century brain. lean. Education: School of experience at Washington. a suit made out of the flag. In 1897 he spanked a European power. Committed suicide by pushing a temple on himself. SANDOW. Address: Large packages are always opened by the servants. H. a pupil of the above. 48 S SALOME. Was an impetuous baby.Abika. signing death warrants. Epitaph: (If he ever gets one he deserves it. Succeeded. although once in awhile he desires change. He was crowned in a bomb-proof church by a thoroughly searched clergyman. had bad manners. suffered from a severe attack of internal indiscretion.. Send letters care St. Seldom goes about the country. E. His childhood was spent in a steel-lined cage. T. S. good-natured rich man who sets paces and spends his money. Favors the former. SAM. Later entered the trust-raising business. C. and used much slang. Publications: Bank notes.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. as he fears the heartfelt expressions of his subjects. Get any book for free on: www. U. Went in for land and colonization business. and sufficient brains to make money with it. At the age of eighty-four S. SANTOS-DUMONT.) SAMSON. vaudeville star and coin collector. a celebrated dancer who could fill the largest opera houses in the world with bald heads. but had to take care of the children after the incident. Address: Washington. Uncle. guarded by the army and the fleet. Czar of. Recreation: Dissolving Doumas. Is now economizing. and devoted considerable time to politics. but later became on excellent terms. and the crowned being present to witness the ceremony. S. long hair. S. Ambition: Only life.. to Date RUSSIA. opera glasses. Entered the army. a pre-Zeppelin-Wright air investigator who had enough money and sense to quit before people remarked how natural he looked. C. Epitaph: It Is A Wonder He Did Not Have This Long Ago. only the crown. Ambition: Another Republican president. Great Britain. Petersburg police department. and jealous women. the crowner. a tall. and probably will remain there until arrested. When a young man he rehearsed his muscles until he could break a chain and lift a fat lady. When thirty-six years of age he chastised his mother. exponent of hair restorer and an iconoclast. In 1908 he became mixed up with Japan. One of those individuals whom nature has endowed with a magnificent body. is either Republican or Democratic. 1776. Born July 4. She is still in Who's Who. Clubs: Army. high hat. S. A. D. Was successful until he became bald.com .

He died. Recreation: Rehearsals. The church where he lies buried has an immense floating congregation. another pole explorer. to Date 49 SAVONAROLA. who was successful in advertising himself and his town. but he was near enough to become a profitable author and lecturer. and was one of the few women whose less attractive sister got the better of her. a Scotchman who secured fame without adopting the national characteristics. Recreation: Trips with his wife and children. Address: The World. SAWYER. Barber of. Lionized by the French Republic and T. He was popular with the masses until election day. S. He was saved the ignominy of reaching the desired point by the shortness of rations. SCOTS. William. and became a good salesman. who succeeded in closing the cafe's. the man who was born at Stratford-on-Avon.. Thomas. powder manufacturer. When the opposition returned they made it hot for him. Married the inmate of the cottage and went to London. SCHOPENHAUER. the Italian who was shot with arrows and ran second to the apostles in the number of his portraits exhibited in European galleries. S. Clubs: Mother's. China.'s birthplace is now one of the tourist sights of the world. A. U. also shared honors with one Bacon for writing a few plays. a Scotch lady who is said to have been beautiful. SHACKLETON. SEIDLITZ. R. a reformer of Florence. a barber of Shoo Poo. SEVILLE. and being the village pest. a plain American boy who was rescued from obscurity by Mark Twain. a city in England.com . father of race suicide. SCHLITZ. This has since fallen Get any book for free on: www.Abika. SCOTT. S. In England he is Schwepps. His critics claim this was the reason he failed in business. and was said to have been nearly as bad an actor as his contemporaries. who fell in love. visiting the Hathaway cottage. became an apprentice actor. Italy. Epitaph: (Has been obliterated. SHAKESPEARE.) SHAMPOO. a celebrated tonsorial artist who introduced the marcel wave and the Gillette razor into Spain. Ambition: Empty cribs. Walter. Wrote some books which are read by students and persons possessing much time. press agent of Milwaukee. theatres. His fame later arose due to his growing popularity. SEBASTIAN. More post-cards are sent from this town than from any of its size in Europe. Mary Queen of. who introduced the art of clean heads into the Celestial Empire. Ernest. When a young man he amused himself by poaching. S. Saint. C. Ambition: Present-day prices in Elizabethan theatres.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. and dance halls.

com . epicurean. first lobster. C. sales. Also. King. and divided opinion as to his talents. SHERRY. Noah's heir. a noted family who held out salvation for the bald and envy to women. one of those anti-race-suicide mothers whose family caused considerable worry. John. Queen of. SMITH. John. Simon was broke and no sale was consummated. SHUSTER. Address: Watch bill-boards. Simple. S. SHEM. Address: Shoe. truth teller. An old Mormon who established a record for wearing wedding clothes. SHYLOCK. See New York City business directory. The man operated his business on a cash basis.'s enemies claim he would have to work should his theories be put into practice. wit. Was spanked and sent home. builder. SIMON. suicide. SINBAD. Was first officer of the Ark. secured his renown for living in every city in the world. and thus could not be a suffragette. an old tar whose yarns are still on the distaff. Author of considerable sarcasm. grouch. to Date into disrepute in that country. proprietor of a New York restaurant where a person feels wealthy while at the table and poor afterward. SISTERS. Clubs: She did not have time for any. SOCRATES. author. She lost. an ancient mere woman who matched her brains against the brainiest man who ever lived. Address: Home. This grew as the years advanced. When a child he developed a Boston brain. secured his fame by marching to the sea and giving a terse definition of war. musician. Seven Sutherland. He helped introduce brains into Greece. Occupation: Crying. Morgan.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Passed an uneventful life with the exception of an encounter with a confectioner near the fair grounds. Ambition: An Americanless England. 50 SHERMAN. an American child who attempted to play the diplomatic game in Persia with grown ups. General. At a tender age he began acquiring Get any book for free on: www. the bravest man who ever lived. SHEBA.Abika. Ambition: A better job for her husband. Bernard. Smith ate the SMITH. Committed SOLOMON. Believes in socialism and wants everything. G. Old Woman of the. SHAW. benedict. but is sometimes practiced in other lands. Ambition: Ambassador to a country without diplomats. SHOE. An English writer who made money by being honest enough to tell people what they knew.

the kettle who called Murphy black. tourist. Satisfaction: Saw something of life. and a string of etcs. Prodigal. Herbert. still lives. Entertains the utterly absurd idea that all women. Ambition: To offset her husband's vote on election day. English ministries. incompatible. Early days spent at home. His proverbs also had a big sale. and herdsman. John P. Father was delighted and gave a banquet in his honor.com . Friends were never at home after the event. Son of wealthy parents. incongruent. and an incubus in his incurious incumbency.Abika.. and set about building a city and a big church to hold his family. E. Also was fond of the phonograph. Belongs to the moss-back half of femininity. Ambition: Continued parasitic existence. H. incomplete. S. SOUSA. Became tired of home and desired to travel. E. American bandmaster who wrote books and shot pigeons between march compositions. S. Ambition: Just one more wife and an end to those quarrels in the harem. Unpopular with his brother. Recreations: Picnics with the family. H. SUFFRAGETTE. Where they belong in the absence of these. His letter of credit expired. and established the theory that only the survivors are the fittest. Address: Wherever there are suffrage meetings. She died fighting. who believed that noble man was incompetent.'s first weakness was a club. Wrote a number of popular songs. William. T. except for decorative purposes. C. Was not averse to press notices and looked with envy on the achievements of the suffragettes in this direction. SON. Also the governor of New York who enjoyed the unprecedented honor of 51 Get any book for free on: www. deponent sayeth not.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Pankhurst and Hope. Solomon. Has serious objection to use of her head. except herself. Recreation: Parading. windows. letter boxes. Epitaph: Here Lies The Original Man Who Knew It All. S. Epitaph: Alas! The World Does Move And She Was "Agin It. inconsistent. Epitaph: Requiescat In Pace." SULZER. to Date mothers-in-law. Address: Home. bombs. a woman who lived years ago in Great Britain and the United States. Address: Care the Mrss. Then she fell to the level of a speech maker and a flag carrier. This caused his subjects to doubt his acumen. Career: Wild. thoroughly vindicated himself. SPENCER. She married and began her career. had to work. Later he took a bath and walked home. belong at home with their husbands and children. Being denied high office in their ranks because of lack of adequate cerebration. Recreation: Manufacturing evidence and tagging on behind.. Visited foreign lands and had a jolly good time. She was the daughter of Too Much Time and Too Much Money. Anti-. she set up a rival organization where brains were not requisite. T. but is dying fast.) SUFFRAGETTE. oat sower. a scientist who believed the human race degenerated from monkeys. The fanatical desire to see her name in print led to the adoption of strenuous press-agent tactics. (Also see Mrs.

Eva. a dear old lady whom the world wishes the footlights might always shine upon and upon whom the curtain would never descend. and last Republican. May Air. Recreation: Straightening jackets. and Paris. a former fat. Ellen. TANGUWAY. the Supreme Court. 52 T TAFT. Later performed on a New York roof garden. The Outlook. The two brothers quarreled because Bill would not step aside and let Teddy run things all over again. a white pygmy who enriched himself through his misfortunes and the curiosity of the world. Recreation: Golf. Address: See this morning's paper. C. Ambition: Wreaths for Jerome. The love he bore the latter resulted in his election. Richard the. messages to Congress. THEMISTOCLES. a king of England who showed how much he thought of the country by offering to exchange it for any kind of a horse. TIBERIUS. Ambition: 1916. You May Perfume Your Clothes As You Smell Of Impeachment Will Cling To You Still.. Epitaph: How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth It Is To Have A Thankless Predecessor. TANGLEFOOT. and Theodore Roosevelt.[12] of New York City. Standard Oil. Harry K. to Date retiring from progressive. an English poet who turned a perpetual light on a charging brigade. Lord. Also obtained some publicity by expensive exploring in Canada and New Hampshire. Entered life as the rich son of a wealthy father. Thomas.com . Introduced Get any book for free on: www. TERRY. Principal events during T. THAW. Oyster Bay. TIFFANY.'s administration: Roosevelt's trip.Abika. but only got as far as the chorus. That election. famous lawyer endower. the Constitution. But The office in order that he might be considered a Motto: Be sure your sins will get you out.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. but did not run a marathon. Ambition: To Epitaph: You Will. just a Roman emperor who fitted the job. THIRD. Address: Cincinnati. Became interested in the stage at an early age. William Howard. president of the United States who worshipped the trusts. The two brothers fought and another ran away with the election. Alienists say he was the sanest crazy man and the craziest sane man who ever lived. TENNYSON. Diet: Tigers. London. THUMB. an actress who did not care even if those on the front row did. O. he was the man who first stuck flies on flypaper. a Greek warrior who fought. be a martyr to the claws.

B. He went about the world changing babies into men and women.) TOM. rode in carriages. visited Cook's office. a voice out of the dark. an English painter whose paint exploded on canvas. Epitaph: They Came. Mark. The Northerners have since learned that all negroes are not Uncle Toms.com . TOLSTOY. A great wound and sorrow healer. (See Richard and Harry. an old negro actor who appeared in every city. [12] Ed. and cause consternation among clergymen and school teachers. certainly could paint. Rubens he held the record for covering canvas and wearing out brushes. Address: Your home. Recreation: He never had any. Recreation: Models. Recreation: Reaping. and are wondering whether any mistakes were made back in 1861. a man and woman who carried a camera. bought post-cards. Helen of. and placing gray hair and wrinkles where they were never wanted. TITIAN. and hamlet in the United States north of the Confederate States. Get any book for free on: www. as the editor is 53 TIME.. Stowe. a very old man who has been introduced to everybody. His works have always been popular with the men. Greatly admired by fiance's and millionaires.. Author: Of tears. Ambition: A man in love. J. made after-dinner speeches. TWINS. They are exhibited in all European galleries. a Venetian painting manufacturer. and was the match which kindled the Civil War. but unkind to the old. They Vanished. Ambition: Models. TURNER. W. Father. a peach of a girl who eloped with a man and caused the longest siege in history to make her elope back again. H. TOM.Abika. They Saw. Very unpopular with the ladies. Ambition: Just one look at everything. M. TWAIN. Has gained considerable fame. as his products will pawn on a good margin. and then told their friends all about the trip. T. This is not an advertisement. Epitaph: Ad Finem. Uncle. His history was written by Mrs. TINTORETTO. an American who wore long white hair. C. two men who were closer than brothers. and made people laugh. received university degrees. Together with P. TROY. Address: Principally Europe. town. another painter of Venice.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Note: not an actress. read Baedekers. Siamese. E. village. T. H. to Date high prices into the jewelry business. P. TOURISTS.

Escaped from Polyphemus. one of those unfortunates whose history had to be divulged for the financial gain of a great writer and many theatrical mangers. He was the man who put cocoa in tin boxes. a dream of a girl who lived long ago. race. His dog. Paris. V VALESQUEZ. Was born and painted at sea. as she refused to pose for statues when advanced in years. posed for her statue. Later performed his greatest feat by evading the Sirens. Art textbooks think a great deal of V. Exposed a portrait of Philip IV in every gallery in the world.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. wars. Recreation: Love. Oliver. warrior. recalled the scent and prevented U. VAN DYKE. and traveler. an Italian who prevented scores of the old masters from starving to death by filling his house in Florence with their canvases. UNDERWOOD. however. VAN HOUTEN. V. The Uffizi Gallery. Press Agent: Homer. Address: Ithaca. much of New York City. and had to die after everybody fell in love with her. Stayed away from home so much his wife forgot what he looked like. had an affair with one Adonis. Oscar. Get any book for free on: www. known as Underwood Bill. Ambition: Parisian gowns. Address: The Louvre. VANDERBILT. ULYSSES. by sticking a burning telegraph pole in his eye. In the absence of the camera. and later with Vulcan. an American family of means who possess a few railroads. He had something to do with the high cost of tariffing. inventor. Sprang into fame at the siege of Troy. to Date 54 TWIST.com . A Dutchman who invaded England with portraits and his tonsorial achievement. Spanish canvas coverer. some splendid divorces. C.Abika. from sleeping in the barn. beard inventor and artist. U UFFIZI. where he invented the horse which recaptured Helen. but ran in a senatorial. and a weakness for Newport and newspapers. VENUS. Since the Morgan art raid the market price has advanced and U.'s investment has become profitable. the man who painted thousands of pictures in art galleries. Married at an early age. Was a regular heart breaker. he was appointed the court oil photographer. UNKNOWN. Recreation: Travel. a one-eyed giant. Not much is known of her old-ladyhood. the love of the gods. A gentleman from Alabama who walked in a presidential.

to Date Florence. Spent most of his life at your favorite bar until you appeared. His work was nearly as prolific as Reubens. an enterprising journalist who arrived on the scene after the discovery had been made. VINCI. Isaac. father. WALKER. the man who built the colosseum in Rome for the tourists. Vestal. a Dutchman who wrote a few sheets of music.com . Leonardo Da. Paul. W WAGNER. Spent early days Get any book for free on: www. AEneid.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Made a number of celebrated forgings. Recreation: Looking for purchasers. fireman and tinsmith. A. Venice.Abika. painted Mona Lisa for the Louvre. and two or three of his paintings compare favorably with the naughty Titian. VULCAN. 1820. went into the opera business. VITUS. WALTON. he was the man who put the fox terrier in front of the talking machine. V. he was the fellow who started those awful fish stories.. His reputation has soared in proportion to the duration of her absence. Paris. dancing master whose repertoire did not include the turkey trot. Ambition: To be the Morgan family painter. Had something to do with the VIRGIN. VOLTAIRE. Dick. WASHINGTON. (See Columbus. George. child model. VESPUCCI. Johnnie. C.) VICTOR. Clubs: suffragette. but died before the good singers or Hammerstein prices appeared. VESPASIAN. etc. a Frenchman who went around with a bad taste in his mouth. VIRGIL. an old maid of Rome who was locked up in the forum for protection. She was too good looking to be a 55 VERSONNESE. decorator of the Doges Palace. and contributor to most galleries. She attended the gladiatorial contests and played with her thumbs. wrote the story in such a clever manner he succeeded in cheating the discoverer out of naming the place. an old text-book writer. Epitaph: He Has Finished His Last Supper. Had a career like the ancients and fell in love with Venus. Saint.

Maxim's restaurant in Paris. WILLIAMS. visited New York. Woodrow. Recreation: Powdering his wig. and being brave. made a few cure-all speeches. and finally died. made love to nobility. His picture has been widely distributed. of Fiume. decided he was not good enough for a third term and retired. WEBSTER. Took out a watchful.Abika. WIDOW. Booker T. Noah. killing Indians. (See Uncle Tom. WILSON. A big black man who went about the country raising money to put brains into ivory.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B.. Doctor. who outgrew his job.. to Date chopping trees. a young lawyer who was fathered by Mark Twain. He was the man who ruined the shaving-mug business. Later he drove those tea-selling Englishmen from the United States.45 P. W. Death was caused by overexertion. W. only a distant relation of the above. and Paris. holding conversations with his father. one time president of an American football. was the man to whom Mark Twain paid a glowing tribute by saying he was a great writer. waiting policy. Merry. London.) WATSON. the size of dreadnaughts." He later taught England that many a good soldier makes a poor politician. WELLINGTON. reference-book maker. Recreation: After 11. an Englishman who taught a great French general to say "Tout est perdu. 56 WEBSTER. and became a politician. a dream who hung around Mr. Austria. WHITEHEAD.. Ambition: Millionaires. No relation to the following. changed his address to Washington. Mission in life was to reduce WHITTINGTON. educational institution. Epitaph: When Will There Be Another Like Her? WIGGS. but whether he will remain in that publication or this one cannot be Get any book for free on: www. Duke of. Address: Washington. Ambition: To be the happy father of a big Uncle Sam. WASHINGTON. Everybody fell in love with her and whistled her praises. Puddin' Head. Richard. C. and language itemizer. M. an American statesman and a member of Congress before the invention of investigating committees. speller.com . Dan. He boswelled Sherlock Holmes. but his stories were too short. He died famous. a woman who successfully advertised cabbages. He moved up to be governor. writer. Is now in Who's Who. Clubs: Anti-Ananias. toured the world. introduced Roosevelt to Bryan. Past: (?) Press Agent: Frank Lehar. said farewell to his troops. W. Mrs. He also told his audience how unfortunate they were in not being coons. Before the war she was engaged to a Balkan prince. WILSON. proprietor of a celebrated back-fence walker.

57 X[13] [13] Ed. unfortunate.com . leaving a considerable family and a few widows. a Greek who endeavored to introduce morals into his country. and bulldog fancier. Football. pipe. Congress. Note: The editor is again compelled to apologize for XENOPHON. Like Son. founder of the enemy of Harvard and Princeton. thinking. XYLOPHONES. Clubs: Pedagogue. traveless discoveress. Alice of. Eli.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Epitaph: Like Father. dedicated to Hymen. known over the world as the lady who soothes the baby's little tummie. care Joseph Tumulty. Moved west with his wives. WRIGHT. Ambition: To keep Roosevelt and Bryan running. Cardinal. Clubs: Race Suicide. Address: Utah. Utah increased in population and was admitted as a state. one of the inventors of the aeroplane who knows the inside of the business. and was finally written up by Shakespeare. Address: Washington. an acquaintance of Hamlet who was recognized even in an emaciated condition. Y YALE.. WONDERLAND. and believes one life on the ground is worth two in the air. Brigham. the X's. She always will remain a Who's Whoess. After building a great temple. became wealthy. other brain exercises. Z Get any book for free on: www. YORICK. Ambition: London and New York in Utah. to Date determined at the time of going to press. a churchman who combined politics with his profession. Mrs. Recreation: Teaching.Abika. He died young. WOOLSEY. he died. Browning. She was a great favorite of the children and many grown ups. the man who introduced Mohammedanism into the United States and placed Utah on the flag. C. Orville. WINSLOW. Heirs: See Utah census. When a young man he became a strong anti-monogamist. Mexican. inventor of the xylophone. YOUNG. Made a lady of the Royal Geographical Society.

Ambition: The elevation of the German army. Recreation: Zangwell plays. H. O.Abika. to Date 58 ZANGWELL. Israel. Get any book for free on: www. Insurance still in vogue. Address: The Ghetto. Clubs: A. He also thanks the readers in the name of the Editor for their kind attention. Recreation: Aeronautics with the Kaiser. ZANY.. and an aeronaut who knew how to land. the book reviewer who said Who Was Who was the greatest book ever written.WHO WAS WHO 5000 B. Ambition: The Promised Utopia. A. a child of the Ghetto who believed the pen was more profitable than the pack. Address: Air. He was the man who introduced fires into warm countries.com . C. Clubs: Aero. Ferdinand. manufacturer of wrecked dirigibles. ZEPPELIN. ZOROASTER.

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