Lumber Wagon

Miner Killed In Avalanche

Dickinson, N.D., Feb 14—Harry Mingle, a miner employed in the Julius Carson coal mine near Marshall, was instantly killed when the roof of the room in which he was working caved in and fell upon him. Failure of the dead man to properly brace the roof before blasting is held as the cause of the accident.

Mingle was well known in the Marshall neighborhood, having worked there for the past year. He was 38 and had been married twice, one wife being dead and the other separated. He was able to be married again to Miss Mary Pickle of Wheaton, Minn.

Bismarck Tribune, 2/14/1921

Eyes Closed

Posted 01/11/2014