Morrisey, BC Carbonado Mine Explosion, Nov 1904

FOURTEEN MINERS KILLED.

DISASTER CAUSED BY EXPLOSION IN THE CARBONADO MINES NEAR MORRISEY, B.C.

St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 18. -- A dispatch from Fernie, B.C., says fourteen miners were killed at the Carbonado mines near Morrisey this afternoon as a result of a terrific explosion of coal gas.
The disaster occurred in No. 1 mine, ten miles west of Fernie.
The work of rescue was kept up all afternoon, and all the bodies have been recovered.
The dead are:
LOUIS CARTER.
A. JENKINS.
PETER KENNY.
ALBERT JOHNSON.
PATRICK BOYLE.
WILLIAM PLETT.
MICHAEL GUSTICK.
ANTON PREBENICK.
VENESLA VENECKA.
MARTIN TOMZACKY.
ANTON HROUDSO, and his brother,
JOHN HROUDSO.
JOSEPH SUCHY.
JAMES GREENMAN.

The New York Times New York 1904-11-19