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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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MME. DE THEBES, RENOWNED SEERESS, FORE
TELLS GREAT EVENTS OF 1914
Mme. De Thebes, "Famous French Seeress, in .Her "Seance Studio" in Paris.
BY MADAME DE THEBES
(Written Especially for The Day Book.)
(Copyright, 1914, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
everything here below is but error
'and illusion!. Still, who is there
among us who has not "felt some
:tliing in his bones?" Who has not
'conceived hypotheses regarding the
future? Is there not just a little of
the "divine" in us all? I believe the
man who observes closely, Who pon
ders well what he sees before him,
and who puts the into the balance,
qan himself foretell events through
the instinctive prescience of an en-
Paris, France.
In behalf of your readers you ask
me to draw to the utmost, upon my
intuition; ti summon. all the. gifts of
divination the good' God has given
me; to be extra-clairvoyant, in order
to foretell what the year 1914 holds
in store for the beautiful', great and.
strong American nation.
There are few things man wisties
for more than to glimpse into the
future. Tet who can tell? Perhaps' ,

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