Clipped From The Weekly Wisconsin
TWO WISCONSIN BOYS. E. K. Erwin and Ernest Scott Reported Killed or Wonnded. Spokane. Wash., Feb. G.—First Lieut. Edward K. Erwiu of Co. A, First Washington volunteers, reported wounded at Manila, was born in Wisconsin thirty- four years, ago, and was a book-keeper. He has a wife and son aged 1 year residing here. Boise. Id., Feb. «.—Private Ernest Scott, Co. B, Idaho volunteers, reported killed, was 34 years of age ami was born at Ashland. Wis. His nearest relative is Henry Scott of Ashland. He was the cra.ck shot of his regiment. Ashland, Wis., Feb. 0.—[Special.]— Attorney Tomkins wired from Chicago this morning that Ernest Scott was among those reported killed at Manila. Scott is a young man who lived here most of his life, and is the son of a prominent business man. Last summer he went to Idaho and enlisted with the regiment from that state. Eau Claire, Wis., Feb. «.—[Special.]— A message to ex-Senator Erwin of Chippewa Falls from George Payne of Spokane says Lieut. Edward K. Erwin of the Washington volunteers was wounded at Manila. He is a son of Senator Erwin and consul of Dr. Calvert of this city.