Harry Bulger and Co. started after intermission. His “Seventy-Cent Review” registered nicely and won a flock of curtains. The act has been speeded in the working of the past few weeks. One point a bit inconsistent perhaps for the first time. It was when Bulger asked the “manager” how much the lower floor seats were the reply was “35 cents.” He then said he would take two of them to make up for the 70 cents owed him. In houses of this class the admission scale has long left the 35-cent level except for the upper regions.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 3 December 1920