Ed. Note: The editor is again compelled to apologize for the X's.
XENOPHON, a Greek who endeavored to introduce morals into his country. He died young. XYLOPHONES, inventor of the xylophone.
YALE, Eli, founder of the enemy of Harvard and Princeton. Football, pipe, and bulldog fancier. YORICK, an acquaintance of Hamlet who was recognized even in an emaciated condition. YOUNG, Brigham, the man who introduced Mohammedanism into the United States and placed Utah on the flag. When a young man he became a strong anti-monogamist. Moved west with his wives. Utah increased in population and was admitted as a state. After building a great temple, dedicated to Hymen, he died, leaving a considerable family and a few widows. Heirs: See Utah census. Ambition: London and New York in Utah. Address: Utah. Clubs: Race Suicide. Epitaph: Like Father, Like Son.
ZANGWELL, Israel, a child of the Ghetto who believed the pen was more profitable than the pack. Ambition: The Promised Utopia. Recreation: Zangwell plays. Address: The Ghetto. Clubs: A. O. H. ZANY, A., the book reviewer who said Who Was Who was the greatest book ever written. ZEPPELIN, Ferdinand, manufacturer of wrecked dirigibles, and an aeronaut who knew how to land. Insurance still in vogue. Ambition: The elevation of the German army. Recreation: Aeronautics with the Kaiser. Address: Air. Clubs: Aero. ZOROASTER. He was the man who introduced fires into warm countries. He also thanks the readers in the name of the Editor for their kind attention.