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DARE-DEVIL VINNIE BURNS, MOVIE STAR, MAKES'
LIFE THRILLING FOR MILLIONS
Miss Vinnie Burns.
Vinnie Burns is. the girl who
Won't take a dare! There is
nothing at which s-he wiH stop in
the way of an adventure. She
has never been known to "'turn
down" a stunt which would make
6ther women shiver even tothink
She's the girl who rides and
falls and climbs and swims and
does everything thinkable that's
unthinkable from the safety point
of vision. Vinnie is a dare devil.
Every one who knows her admits
it. Incidentally it may be men
tioned, just for the sake of se
quence of facts, that Vinnie is
the ingenue of the.Solax moving
picture company, with head
quarters in Fort Lee, N. J.
She is only 5 feet 3 inches tall,
built very slightly, and has dark
eyes and hair. She rides like a
wild west cowboy. She can pick
up a hat oft the ground when the
horse is "making tracks for