A special CD has just arrived from Chris Z of six of Lilian's 1923 Columbia recordings, including two accompanying violinist Alfred Indig. Listening to it now. The piano solos are all of popular pieces including the curiously named "Electric Girl". I suspect these were her bread and butter as they probably sold well. Maybe I should be posting on the Now Spinning thread.
Despite all the hundreds of recordings she made, in later years she and her sister Ethel, a dancer and actress, fell on hard times and struggled financially. I suppose there were no royalties coming in once 78s were no longer selling - or perhaps she'd worked for a flat fee? I must ask my friendly archivists! (Fortunately their niece (my grandma Lou) 's husband could help them out and provided a generous annuity for them.)