This may be a long shot:But I found the following:
James Murray married to Flora Challis in Kootenai County Idaho (Coeur d' Alene) on July 13, 1910,Page 479 Volume 6 of the book of marriages.
And could this person be related?From the Illustrated History of Northern Idaho published in 1903:
ROBERT MURRAY This industrious and substantial agriculturist and stock man, whose home is four miles east from Hope, on a quarter section that he secured under homestead right, has labored faithfully and well in this section and is deserving of especial mention in the volume that gives his county's history.
Robert Murray was born in Castle Douglas, Scotland, on April 19, 1851, being the son of Robert and Mary (Cowan) Murray, natives of Scotland, where they remained until their death. The father was a school teacher and civil engineer. He taught school for forty years of his life, thirty being spent in one school. Our subject received his education in his native place and in 1869 came to Canada, whence four years later he went to Texas, where he lived nine years. In 1882 he came to California and eight years were spent in that state. The next move was to Washington, one year being spent in Seattle, whence he came to Spokane and shortly to Kootenai County, where he has labored since. He soon took the homestead mentioned and there he has made his home. Part of his land is excellent timber and a portion is meadow. Mr. Murray handles about thirty head of stock. In political matters he is allied with the Democrats and always takes an interest in county affairs. He has been elected justice of the peace, but refused to qualify, preferring not to take part in public office. Mr. Murray has seven brothers and three sisters: James, in Canada; Adam C., killed in the Civil war while serving under General Sigel, who wrote the father the sad news when the son fell at Fort McGilvery; Mary B., living with our subject; John B., in Scotland; Robert, the subject of this sketch; George C., William B., Marion J., deceased; and Richard, in Scotland; Agnes C., and Mary with our subject.