Here, There or Where
Here, There or Where was a transportation illusion sold by Thayer at least by 1922.
Effect: A vase is filled with rice, an orange is covered with a tube and a bottle is covered with another tube. The orange is then found in the vase, the bottle is found beneath the tube which formerly covered the orange, and when the second tube is lifted the rice gushes out where once the bottle stood.
It was listed as one of the 85 most popular effects in the Genii-Orben Poll, conducted in 1949.