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and was then a bookkeeper by profession. In 1896 he was admitted to practice law. When the first Washington Volunteers went to the Philippines, Bothwell enlisted and served fourteen months. After their return he was elected first commander of George H. Fortson Camp, Spanish-American War Veterans. Later he served as department commander of the state organization.
HIRAM J. JACOBS. At the age of fifty-eight, in Seattle, July 28, 1916, Hiram J. Jacobs died. His death was quite unexpected and a great grief to his many friends. He was a son of the late Judge Orange Jacobs, formerly of the Supreme Court of the Territory and later of the Superior Court of King County; and was born in Jacksonville, Oregon, where he attended the common schools, being later graduated from the law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He had practiced law in Seattle for thirty years. He was unmarried and is survived by his mother, three brothers and three sisters, all residents of Seattle.
JOHN W. CORSON. A former member of the Seattle bar, but who had not been in active practice for many years, John Warren Corson, died of cancer of the stomach in Seattle on August 2, 1916. He was born fifty-five years ago in Oldtown, Maine, where he received his preliminary education, which was continued in Ken's Hill Seminary and College in that state, from which he was graduated in 1881. He then entered Wesleyan University, Connecticut, where he remained two years, after which he began the study of law in the ofice of M. W. Lovejoy, who has been for more than thirty years engaged in the practice in Seattle, but who at that time was located at New Sharon, Maine. After practicing several years in Maine and in Michigan, he came to Seattle in 1892. He was for some time associated with James B. Howe, now general counsel for the Puget Sound Traction, Light & Power Company, and later with W. T. Scott and Melvin G. Winstock under the firm name of Scott, Corson & Winstock. He sought unsuccessfully to become corporation counsel of Seattle. In the campaign of 1892 he stumped the state for the Republican ticket. He was a brilliant orator. On the discovery of gold at Nome, Alaska, he went there and made quite a fortune. In 1893 he was married to Miss Jane Perley, a native of New Hampshire. In his college days Mr. Corson was noted as an athlete. In one of the exercises he suffered a fall which broke a leg. This proved a decided disadvantage to him in after life, and he blamed it for much difficulty he experienced in the practice of law, and the main cause for his retirement therefrom.
STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
W. O. Miller, Ritzville, President. C. H. Spalding, Lind, Secretary.
retary. CHELAN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONG. G. Hannan, Wenatchee, President. D. A. Shiner, Wenatchee,
Secretary CLARKE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONA. L. Miller, Vancouver, President. H. L. Parcel, Vancouver,
Secretary. COWLITZ COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONDelos Spaulding, Castle Rock, President. M. J. Gore, Kalama,
Secretary. FERRY COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Charles P. Bennett, Republic, President. Frank M. Allyn, Re
public, Secretary. GRANT COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Daniel T. Cross, Ephrata, President. William M. Clapp, Ephrata,
President. John Arthur, Seattle, Secretary.
Secretary. LEWIS COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONGeorge C. Ellsbury, Centralia, President. A. A. Hull, Chehalis,
Secretary. LINCOLN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION H. N. Martin, Davenport, President. C. A. Pettijohn, Davenport,
Secretary. OKANOGAN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONWm. C. Brown, Okanogan, President. Geo. S. Lee, Okanogan,
PACIFIC COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
mond, Secretary. PIERCE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONCharles 0. Bates, Tacoma, President. W. G. Heinly, Tacoma,
Secretary. SEATTLE BAR ASSOCIATION W. B. Stratton, Seattle, President. Clyde Hadley, Seattle,
Secretary. SKAGIT COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONThomas Smith, Mount Vernon, President. Frank R. Norvell,
Anacortes, Secretary. SNOHOMISH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Jesse H. Davis, Everett, President. C. W. Jordan, Everett, Sec
retary. SPOKANE BAR ASSOCIATION
W. W. Zent, Spokane, President. E. D. Weller, Spokane, Secretary. STEVENS COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
L. C. Jesseph, Colville, President. F. Y. Wilson, Colville, Secretary. THURSTON COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONByron Millett, Olympia, President. George R. Bigelow, Olympia,
Secretary. WALLA WALLA COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONWilbur A. Toner, Walla Walla, President. E. L. Casey, Walla
Walla, Secretary. WHATCOM COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONWilliam J. Griswold, Bellingham, President. H. S. Nightingale,
Bellingham, Secretary. WHITMAN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONCharles L. Chamberlin, Colfax, President. Claude Swegle, Colfax,
Secretary. YAKIMA COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION N. C. Richards, North Yakima, President. J. Vincent Roberts,
North Yakima, Secretary.
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