Tony Prolo, a poor laborer, lives happily, despite his poverty, with his wife and their child, who is named after his father. Tony is employed with other laborers on railroad construction ... See full summary »

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Tony Prolo, a poor laborer, lives happily, despite his poverty, with his wife and their child, who is named after his father. Tony is employed with other laborers on railroad construction work, and little Tony brings him his lunch every day. The boy has carried father his lunch as usual one noon, and crossing the road fails to notice the approach of a large automobile. He is knocked down. Mr. Sears, the owner of the car, tries to aid the boy and seeks to comfort his father. But the excited laborer spurns the rich man's sympathy, picks the child up in his arms and carries him home. Arrives at his own resident, Mr. Sears receives a letter signed "Black Hand" demanding $10,000. He is to give the money to a man who will meet him at a certain street corner, and will carry a white rose. Sears takes the letter to the police and a trap is laid for the Black Hand man. In the meantime, Tony, who has been to see the doctor, stops at a florist's and purchases a white rose for his suffering son, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Family | Short

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7 June 1910 (USA)  »

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