Lillian helped sell Liberty Bonds during the First World War and, in 1914, made a movie with John Barrymore which did not fare well. She was pretty much retired after 1912, taking on her mother’s trait of working for political and social causes.
During her heyday, however, Lillian made two appearances at Clinton’s magnificent vaudeville theaters, in 1896 and in 1908. During the first appearance, she stayed at the Revere House, which was only a block from her birthplace -- a house on the current post office lot.
Lillian’s last marriage was to Pittsburgh industrialist Alexander Moore. She died in Pittsburgh in 1922 and is buried there. She was rather an anomaly of her time, inasmuch as she had a fine mind and used it to execute her own excellent business decisions. She had a daughter, Lillian. Jr., who later wished to be called Dorothy.