|Moving Picture World, 01-July-1922|
The Skouras Brothers owned a number of theaters around Saint Louis. In later years, they went into film production. I remember when Spyros Skouras died in 1971. This story tells how did a shared ad for Charlie Chaplin's "Pay Day" between two of their theaters.
|Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, 13-July-1922|
Here is the original ad, which is a little easier to read.
|Moving Picture World, 15-July-1922|
First National was rereleasing Chaplin's "A Dog's Life," which was his first production for that company.
|Film Daily, 18-July-1922|
Triumph Pictures was selling (not leasing) prints of (I presume) his movies for Keystone.