||This cartoon is a spoof of the police raid on the controversial play, “Sapho.” The image shows the anticipated reaction of voters to the expected second presidential nomination of Democrat William Jennings Bryan. They flee in horrified shock as the candidate, in the title role of Fanny Legrand, sings unashamedly of Democratic ballot fraud and intimidation of black voters. In the play, letters reveal that Fanny had a child by a previous lover. Here, the silver baby (also seen in Eugene Zimmerman’s earlier cartoon, “That Troublesome Kid”) lies abandoned at Bryan/Legrand’s feet. In the box seats are (left-right): former senator David B. Hill of New York, former governor James Hogg of Texas, and Senator John T. Morgan of Alabama. The orchestra members include (left-right): Senator “Pitchfork Ben” Tillman of South Carolina playing the timpani; Congressman Joseph Bailey of Texas, the House minority leader, on clarinet; Senator James K. Jones of Arkansas, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, playing the violin; and, on bass is Senator Henry Teller of Colorado, a Silver Republican who supported Bryan in 1896 and 1900 before being reelected to the Senate in 1901 as a Democrat.