FANCY AND FACT

Almost immediately after news came of the recent floods in Ohio and Indiana, and of the needs of those who were passing through the ordeals of wreck and famine, there appeared in many newspapers throughout the country editorials which were based upon prepared editorials sent out in bulletin form from the headquarters of the American Medical Association, as a part of the campaign of that organization to secure the establishment of a federal department of health, with a representative of the American Medical Association as a member of the President's cabinet. One of these editorials was as follows:—

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