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The German light
cruiser Breslau, built
in 1911 and sold to
Turkey at the opening
of the war, when it
was forced to take ref
uge in the Dardanelles
by the Anglo-Frenoh
fleet. The Breslau isa
vessel of 4,478 tons,
equipped with twelve
4.1 -inch guns, two ma;
chine guns and two
JOHN BUNNY'S LATEST JOKES
Lillian Walker's pet poodle was exhibited in a Brooklyn show some time
ago. Mr. Bunny was joking her about it, saying the dog couldn't win a
prize anywhere. Mrs. Walker retorted:
"Well, I'll exhibit him to show what no dog should-be like-then."
John Bunny played a sea captain some time ago and spent the better
part of, a week afloat with some old sea tars, off' the Atlantic coast.
"Don't you fellows ever get homesick?" asked Mr. Bunny.
"No," responded the skipper nearest, "we're never home long enough."
"CasBy" is a carpenter's helper around the Vitagraph plant.
John Bunny is always "jollying" Casey, who has a certain dry wit.
"I'm a self-made man," said Funny, jokingly, the other afternoon, as he
passed Casey in the yarcU ;
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