Medicine: Speech

King George of England has a physician—a quiet man with a dry voice, a hard head and a sly wit—Sir Arbuthnot Lane of London, whose best friends speak of him as "Lane." Last week he gave a short talk to some 65 well known practitioners over their luncheon, demi-tasses in the stylish Union League Club, Manhattan. Now those who call Sir Arbuthnot "Lane" know that he is not the man to wad a speech with moss-bound medical verbiage, and they were therefore surprised to find in the newpaper synopsis of what he had...

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