In London, Sir John Lavery, famed portraitist, reported a successful
visit to the U.S. where with businesslike speed and punctuality he
had done 15 millionaires. He also reported that prohibition was
practically unknown among the rich. Only four abstainers had he met.
One was Vance C. Mc-Cormick, onetime (1916) Chairman of the
Democratic National Committee.
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