Fill a basin or pot half full of snow, and secretly put a handful of table salt in it and place the vessel on a chair or table, wetting the space where it is to be set. After holding the basin in place for about two minutes, continually stirring the contents, it will freeze to the chair so solidly that when the basin is lifted the chair will come along with it.

This experiment is quite interesting to an audience and can be performed at any assemblage with success. If the instructions are carried out closely, the trick will always succeed and the audience will consider it magic. Even if performed in a warm room, the combination of snow and salt will reduce the temperature below the freezing point where the bottom of the vessel comes in contact with the chair seat. - ■ Contributed by Harry Slosower, Pittsburgh, Pa.