A dramatization depicts Lucky Burns and Mary Kincaid talking in her house in the United States .
United States USA Date:1924 Duration:5 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film dramatizes the use of safety instruction in coal mines in the United States. The Tippleville coal mine. Interior of a house. Mary Kincaid in the house. Lucky Burns arrives and talks to her. He proposes to her. Mary rejects the proposal. Lucky says that Mary's brother Dick Kincaid is earning enough money to take care of himself and her mother. So she should not refuse his proposal for any reason. She replies that she could never be happy with a man who is always taking chances. She says this as Lucky has denied to take safety lessons in the mine and has also said that the most of the course is taught by fellows who never worked in a mine. Dick arrives and asks them to have food. Mary further says that her mother has suffered a lot as her father was like Lucky and always took chances. She recalls the incidence. Her father was working in the mine with other miner. The miner warned her father of a loose piece of rock over him. Her father replied that the rock wouldn't fall and he would take it down when the car is loaded. The rock suddenly falls over her father. She says that her father was killed and then her mother had to suffer a lot afterwards.
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