He has one medicine for all ills
President McKinley as a physician dispenses strong "Tariff" medicine in the men's ward of a sanatorium. The beds lining the walls are occupied by a "Business Man" suffering from a "Loss of Confidence," a "Populist" disturbed by "Mental Aberation in Regard to Free Silver and Government Paternalism," and a "Jingoist," a "Spoils Man," an "Anarchist," a "Filibuster," a "Monopolist," all with similarly distressing ills. Last is a man sitting on a bed with a sign that states "Hallucinations about Home Markets and Infant Industries." In the background is a door that leads to the "Woman's Ward," where "Woman's Suffrage" and "Woman's Rights" are the diseases.
He has one medicine for all ills.
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Assistant Secretary of the Navy (April 1897-April 1898)
Keppler & Schwarzmann
Puck, v. 41, no. 1049
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