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brain and ability ranks right
alongside, not a few feet behind a
This is "going some" for a real
sure enough actress whose life
has been spent wearing beautiful
clothes jand winning the plaudits
of an admiring public.
Maybe this notion of hers is,
the reason Miss Bush left the Los
Angeles Belasco stock company
to join the American Film com
pany at Santa Barbara, Cal.
Anyway she went, and now
she's the leading lady, don't you
know, doing pretty much every
thing the men jn the company at
If anyone doubts just how pop
ular this girl has grown, it's only
necessary to listen to some of the
comments of the young men and
the exclamations of the girls
when Miss Bush comes into the
picture at the nickel show.
"Oh, I just love her!" sing the!
girls in chorus.
"There's my girl !" whisper the
Maybe those who have never
seen her, except on the screen,
would like to know she is 5 feet
42 inches tall; weights 130
pounds ; has brown hair and grey
Her parents were English; But
she proudly announces herself to
be a Californian.
In a resent picture' in which
she played opposite to Warren.
Kerrigan, Miss Bush dared a
hazardous riding stunt. Kerri
gan, riding at full gallop, swept
past her, grabbed her by one arm
and swung her onto the saddle
behind him, without slacking his I
. That's the way it looked. But
in reality Kerrigan didn't do all
the work or take all the chance.
Miss Bush stood ready to leap,
and the minute he caught her arm
she jumped toward the horse,
practically lifting herself into the
saddle, It took the ability which
she says women as well as men
possess to play her part in the
That scene is in "The Roard to
Success."' Some of her other pic
tures are "The Girl of the Man
or," "The Power of Love," "Nell
of the Pampus," and "Maiden
HE TOOK FRIEDMANN
Dr. O. C. Stutz of Upper San
dusky, O., whom Dr. Fri.edmann
treated for tuberculosis at Ber
lin. Dr. Stutz, through Corre
spondent Shepherd, reported the
effects of the serum, claiming that
he is greatly improved. '