Kaslo Notes: 0050.0233

KOOTENAY KERNELS- Gathered From the Valleys of the East and West Divisions.

            The ladies of the Kaslo Catholic church have paid off the debt of the church by a fair.


            The journalistic courtesies between the Kaslo Kootenaian and the Kaslo News have dropped down to the freezing point.


            Alf Johnson, charged with seduction, who was to have been tried on the 12th, at Nelson, jumped his bond in the sum of $2000.  Two Kaslo business men were on his bond.

0050.0233: Kaslo Notes

Man in Kaslo charged with seduction jumped bond in the sum of $2000 and local newspapers turn cold shoulder to each other.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 19, 1898
Pages:  2
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)


catholic church debt journalistic courtesies seduction jumped bond


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