SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
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NOTHING BUT THE 7UTH"
IT SOUNDS EASY B]
Bob Bennett tried it and bet somethin
some similar trifle that he could tell
lutely, without evasion or quibbling, f
This is the situation about which rev
funniest stories or plays ever written.
IF YOU THINK IT'S E.
Try it. Pledge yourself to tell thet
truth and nothing but the truth, forc
waking and sleeping! No white lies,
tiny fibs. Nothing but the truth, no mat
LET US KNOW HOW YOU
See what being truthful for a week
ciety idler who knew how to lie beaut
dare because of that wager.
"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH" TAYLOR HOLMES
FROM THE NOVEL BY FREDERIC S. ISHAM AND THE STAGE SUCCESS BY JAMES MONTGOMERY NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH "
UT- BOB BENNETT BEGAN TO WONDER
g like $10,000 or -about two minutes after he had bet $10,000 that he
the truth abso- could tell the truth and nothing but the truth for a
or a solid week. ,whole week, just how many times a minute he had been
in the habit of lying. He hadn't realized how difficult
olves one of the the joy was. He had to make explanations to the girl
he loved that his father had suggested he marry her
5 I ~for her money. He had to tell the stout dowager that
her hat was a fright. He had to-bt you'11 have to see
>::"' the play to appreciate all the humorous situations.
truth, the whole
one whole week,
no evasions, no
tter how it hurts.
did for the so-
ifully but didn't
A FARCE OF FUNNY FEATURES IN
WHICH TELLING THE TRUTH
PROVES ONE OF THE MOST
PAINFUL OF THE ARTS.
"Taylor Holmes could not find a better vehicle for
his inimitable style of acting than 'Nothing But the
TAYLOR HOLMES .2'NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH"
"ARE FLIRTS FOOLISH?"
Sunday, Monday,Tuesday- "The Mystery of the Yellow Room"
-An Emile Chautard
A famous Detective failed-Can you solve the "Mystery of the Yellow Room?"