Professor Julius Arthur Smith
Professor Julius Arthur Smith, Litt.D., Ph.D., is 59, a heavy-set Englishman, a scholar who now devotes himself entirely to research. He is famed for his whiskers and great curling moustaches that give him the air of a friendly walrus. His disgusting …
Friend, assistant, and confidant of [[:professor-julius-arthur-smith | Dr. Julius Smith]]
A well-dressed young clerk at the Turkish Embassy in London.
Mrs. Constance Atkins
Mrs. Atkins is a firm, vigorous woman, found in hair-curlers and dressing gown no matter what the time of day.
President of the London Train-Spotters Association
He is a friendly man, upset about the disappearance and possible death of Henry Stanley.