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The Bench and bar of Colorado
 


THOMAS WARD, JR.

THOMAS WARD, JR.
Denver

Born, Howard County, Missouri, August 24, 1858; M.A., Central College, Fayette, Missouri; married Mary A. Hamilton, Dallas, Texas, January, 1888; four children; admitted to Missouri and Colorado Bars, 1883; Deputy District Attorney for one term; Assistant City Attorney under H. E. Luthe and under J. F. Shafroth ; Assistant District Attorney under I. N. Stevens ; formerly United States Attorney for District of Colorado.

JOHN M. WARDLAW
Denver

Born, Anderson, South Dakota; graduate Anderson University; married Ruth Wilt, St. Louis, December 8, 1915; admitted Colorado Bar, 1899; San Miguel County Judge; Representative Seventeenth General Assembly; Masonic bodies, Dem. Club, Knights of Pythias, Moose, Knights and Ladies of Security.


JOHN M. WARDLAW


STANLEY C. WARNER

STANLEY C. WARNER
Denver

Born, Lennox, Ontario, Canada, June 25, 1863; B.A., Toronto University; married Mary Ella Smith, Utica, New York, September, 1897; three children; admitted Toronto Bar, 1887; Colorado Bar, 1898; formerly County Crown Attorney Lennox and Addington, Ontario; now counsel for Home Savings and Trust Company; member Civic and Commercial Association, all Masonic orders, being for ten years Recorder of El Jebel Temple.