Medicine: Gulled

Physicians are often gulled by sharpers. Many of them combine a spotless naivete in business matters with the conviction (bred by their familiarity with physical exigencies) that they are keen men of affairs. Over their stumblings in realms of finance the maternal Journal of the American Medical Association keeps zealous watch. Last week it published a warning to those medicos who might be persuaded, by the circulars of a group of flim-flams, to avail themselves of the "Special Subscription Privilege" of purchasing "Banker's Shares" in the Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd....

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