The Press: Liberty Liberties?

Magazine editors who edit for millions know the value of a theme, which, how ever falsely, shows that the many are more fortunate than the few. But so stale and discredited is the theme that alert editors nowadays freshen up the piece by having it told and signed by the "society girl" herself. Last fortnight nickel-weekly Liberty published a story titled

TOUGH LUCK BEING THE SAD STORY OF A SOCIETY GIRL

with the simple explanatory phrase beneath: "A Moan by Marjorie Oelrichs." But no sooner had the story appeared than Miss Oelrichs denied she...

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