In the summer of 1923 Doctor J. J. Finn, of Dundurn, Saskatchewan, while trying to ascertain the nature of the bottom of a bog on his property, secured numerous fragments of bone and a number of teeth, which were submitted to the writer for determination. While some of these remains were easy of identification, others were beyond the experience of the writer. The assistance of Doctor W. D. Matthew was solicited, and to him belongs the credit of recognizing the Antilocaprid affinities of the teeth herein described.
In 1924 a visit was made to Doctor Finn’s property in the hope that an excavation could be made to the bottom of the bog, but it was found to be impossible to accomplish this object, as the muck and sand flowed into the hole as fast as it could be removed by the means available. Nevertheless, by the aid of an . . .