is eventually to change places with him. He has now only to sit quietly, or as quietly, as he can under the circumstances, in a corner of the trunk and wait developments. It should be mentioned that the trunks employed are of an unusually large size to give room for the necessary movements inside them, hence small people are best in illusions. But the size of the trunks is net easily measured at a glance, on a large stage, so this matters little.

Each trunk must be provided with a trap "X" Fig. 2. both traps opening outwards and in juxtaposition with each other and must not be hindered by the rope. The

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