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INDIAN WE&RS ARiT TALKS ENQLISH;
ACTS IN M0VlES;LIVES W TEPEE This is Lone Bear, whoni,pedple sayl has.passed his 90th year. ' - "v . . He lives in a tejjeethe saiiie'kihd his forefathers - lived' in,' when!- Amer ica belonged t6. therdmen.,'Andils. "work is acting mthemovies - ?: ' But it's not worldjhini he has to do is to dressiup in hisar-j paint and blanket "and'rideh'is gbojl little pony. Lone 'Bear. Lone Bear recollects a-good many of the later encounters' between whites and Indians "in -this country. And he has seen some, lively service himself. He talks English welTand hobnobs with the white, man jpliSxls6 il he were to te-mannebofnT ' - But when night comes he creeps back onto the hillside and -under his blanket in his native shelter. Lone Bear belongs to the tribe of Indians that are included in the big .company which the Kay Bee mov ling, picture. jjeople keep stationed at Santa -Monica, ;Ca"l.