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"Now, my lads," cried the smart
teacher, as he surveyed the class of
promising boys, "I am going to award
two pennies to the boys who cangive
me three examples of. invisible
Dead silence on the part of the
"Aha!" continued Jlie smart teach
er. "I see I have completely puzzled
you all What is it, James?"
"Please, sir, 1 can."
"What you can tell me the names
of three invisible colors? Well,' let us
hear," And he settled himself back
to enjoy the confusion of James.)
"A lawn after a snowstorm is an
"Er quite good; go on."
"The "policeman who's not where
he's wanted is an invisible blue," con
tinued Jimmy, then paused
"Mind, if you can't tell me the
third, you will only get one penny,"
said his teacher, with reluctant ad
miration. "Well, sir," said James' as 'he sat
down amidst the plaudits of the class,
"if you keep the other penny 'in your
pocket, it- wouid be ah invisible cop-?