SPOKESMAN-REVIEW, SPOKANE, WA - Prosecutors laid out the first-degree arson case against Louis E. Lilge, the caretaker of the landmark D.C. Corbin home. “I will show you that the defendant, Lilge, had worked for some time on a fire plan that would completely destroy the Corbin residence,” the prosecutor said. “Mrs. D.C. Corbin will testify that after the fire, Lilge confessed to her that he had made a complete failure of the job.” This indicated that Anna Corbin would, in fact, testify in the case, but that she would blame Lilge for the plan. Earlier, she had confessed that she and Lilge planned it together to collect the insurance money.