Lights of New York (1916) is a silent drama film directed by Van Dyke Brooke.
Hoping to improve his financial lot, petty thief Hawk Chovinski hires a dancing instructor to teach him how to bear himself like a gentleman. His lessons completed, Hawk then poses as a European nobleman, intending to trap a wealthy wife. Yolande Cowles sees through Hawk's pose but falls in love with him anyway.
It's unknown if a copy of the film survives, but this movie is not on the list of lost films on silentera.com, so there is a chance this move survives.