Boston: Warren Press, 1903.
Hardcover. Very Good. Early reprint (first published 1898). 198 pp, with 4 b/w plates. Burgundy cloth with gilt lettering on front and spine. Spine faded from sun, but fully legible, light shelfwear to boards. Binding tight and square, contents unmarked. Interesting account of an 1894 assault on William W. Smith, a Temperance advocate and agent for the Canadian Pacific Railway company, and the resulting investigation and Smith's dismissal from the CPR. Peel 2406.