Sergeant William Ironside Scott 

William Ironside ScottKilled in action Feb. 18, 1900; his heroics on the battlefield are legendary. A native of London, Ontario, Scott came to Victoria in about 1891 and was well known as a member of the James Bay Athletic Association. He had also been on the street car that plunged into the water in the Point Ellice Bridge disaster in 1896, and saved at least three lives by repeatedly diving to the wreck. Scott was an employee of the Colonist, and was to have been married to Emily Ray, another Colonist employee.