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1925 Influology Figure DR. HUBERT YELL, D. M. T. (Doctor of Mental Telepathy) Do You Know, what mental telepathy is? Do You Know, thought waves travel like radio waves? Do You Know, the influence a stray thought wave may have upon you without your knowledge of the fact? Do You Know, whose influence you are living under? Do You Know, that less than 5% of the population does the thinking for the rest? Are you one of those in the 95% class? Do You Know, it is the combination of our forefathers' thoughts which constitutes the progress of the world today? After All—Do You Know, that no industry, no visible power can equal the power contained in the mind? For nothing was ever made unless the human mind entertained the thought before the object was constructed. What Do You Get From the Word Concentration? The power of concentration, if one understands it, is the secret of success. Can you concentrate your mind on one object for any length of time? Try it once and realize the difficulty of the task. Do you realize the power and influence one can possess by being able to concentrate his mind correctly? The underlying laws governing these questions are fully discussed with a helpful, inspirational and educational talk for those who are interested and are fortunate enough to hear it. Do not fail to hear Dr. Hubert Yell's lecture embracing these questions under the title of Influology, of which he is the author. Dr. Yell's Motto is:—Back up what you say by proof, which he can do by a practical demonstration of thought transference or mental telepathy, and denounce theories that have no foundation or proof. LIONS CLUB OR DETROIT September 17, 1924. Dr. Hubert Yell, D. M. T., Hotel Statler, Detroit, Michigan. Dear Dr. Yell: It was with a great deal of interest and appreciation that the members of the Lions Club received your remarkable demonstration of Mental Telepathy at our luncheon at the Hotel Statler on August 6, 1924. The fact that some of the most skeptical members of the Club were included in the demonstration and were entirely sold on your remarkable powers is ample proof that there is no trickery connected with your entertainment. Every member present enjoyed the entertainment very much and we considered ourselves fortunate in having you with us and we have no hesitancy in recommending your entertainment to anyone. Yours very truly, H. F. LAING, Secretary. DETROIT ROTARY CLUB August 15, 1924. Dr. Hubert Yell, Hotel Statler, Detroit, Michigan. Dear Doctor Yell: Our members thoroughly enjoyed your entertaining and mystifying demonstration of Mental Telepathy given at our meeting on Wednesday, August 13. The fact that several of the members remained after the meeting for further discussion with you and additional demonstrations is ample proof of the interest shown. We wish to assure you of our appreciation of your appearance before our members and to wish you continued success in your chosen line of work. Very truly yours, DETROIT ROTARY CLUB, ELTON F. HASCALL, Secretary EFH-s. CARAVAN SHRINE CLUB Detroit, Sept. 17, 1924. Dr. Hubert Yell, D. M. T., Hotel Statler, Detroit, Michigan. My dear Dr. Yell: The members of the Caravan Club thoroughly appreciated your entertaining and mystifying demonstration of Mental Telepathy at our noon-day luncheon, Hotel Statler, May 1, 1924. We might call you the Miracle Man in Mental Telepathy, and can highly recommend you to anyone or to any organization that might be desirous of your services. We, as a club, are satisfied that you always give your audience 100% entertainment, and the Club wishes you success in all your future undertakings. Very truly yours, CARAVAN SHRINE CLUB, R. H. JOHNSTON, Secretary. RHJ/P WILLIAM JUDSON KIBBY Business Psychologist 942 Elaine Ave., Detroit, Mich. August 19th, 1924. Dr. Hubert Yell, D. M. T. Hotel Statler, Detroit, Mich. Dear Dr. Yell: It was with great pleasure and profit that the members of the Caravan Club as well as the Lions Club witnessed your very remarkable exhibition of mind transference. I have enjoyed the evenings spent with you personally, and know from close scrutiny that there is not the slightest tinge of deception in your feat. As a psychologist I find your work most interesting, and I trust that as the days go by you may find a larger and larger field of opportunity. Yours very truly, WILLIAM JUDSON KIBBY. WJK:HO CADILLAC COUNCIL, No. 143 Order of United Commercial Travelers of America Detroit, Mich., August 12th, 1924 Dr. Hubert Yell, D. M. T. Statler Hotel, Detroit, Mich. My Dear Sir: The members of Cadillac Council, No. 143, U. C. T., are desirous of your knowing how much they enjoyed and appreciated your splendid demonstration of the art of Mental Telepathy given before our meeting recently, the marvelous feat of carrying out what a third person is thinking and publicly demonstrating to the complete satisfaction of all those present that you could do this so exact, was a complete surprise to everyone, and on behalf of the Council wish to congratulate you for your accurateness to every detail called upon to perform. Your efficiency in this line has been proven to our members who were fortunate to watch your demonstration, and we wish you success. Yours truly, H. E. MARSDEN, Sec.-Treas. Cadillac Council No. 143. Satisfaction guaranteed to each individual no matter what your vocation in life may be. A private interview can be had by appointment and matters discussed pertaining directly to your vocation and how you can obtain the best results. Influology is a wonderful knowledge not easily obtained unless you give it considerable practice and practice makes perfect. But first, you must know these laws. Men can not set their aim too high. You never will be more successful than your thought's vision. Men become what they think, nothing more.
|Title||"Influology": Dr. Hubert Yell, D.M.T|
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|Personal Name Subject||Yell, Hubert|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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