Music: God-given Talent

City editors of newspapers throughout the land stole into the music departments last week, found an unimportant story, stole it, slapped it into their front pages. It was no new theft. They did the same thing when Marion Talley made her debut two seasons ago at the Metropolitan, and presently the telegrapher's daughter from Kansas City was making hundreds of thousands of dollars. They did it for. Mary Lewis, the runaway girl from Little Rock, Ark., who slipped overnight from the ranks of a Ziegfeld chorus to the bosom of grand opera....

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