FROM: Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Ill., February 12, 1899 and The Tribune, Nelson, B.C., February 13, 1899.
Note: The above referenced newspapers carried the same article from the New York World, with the following differences: The Tribune titled their article, “An Expert Liar: ‘Jim’ Wardner Admits That He Has A Wonderfully Good Memory”; and, the final paragraph, which appeared in the The Tribune but not the Chicago Tribune. The original article appeared in the New York (Evening) World on February 3, 1899.
Wardner, B.C. was named after James Wardner.