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of Masons, past chancellor of Mystic Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, and past regent of Peabody Council, Royal
Arcanum. Por several years Mr. Cover was one of the
board of directors of the southwestern district for the
Charity Organization Society.
ADONIBAM J. ROBINSON, Democrat.
Adoniram J. Robinson, of the Twenty-first ward, is a
member of the Baltimore Bar. Mr. Robinson attended
the public schools and graduated from the City College in
1879. He then entered the Johns Hopkins University,
graduating from that institution in 1881. He was elected
an instructor in the Baltimore City College in 1882 and
served in that position five years. In the meantime he
studied law and graduated from the University of Mary-
land School of Law in 1885 and was admitted to the bar.
JOHN REAL, Democrat.
Mr. Real is a barrel manufacturer, residing at 1153
Ridgely street. He was born in Baltimore in 1865, and
was brought up and educated here. He has been active in,
ward politics ever since reaching his majority, and two
years ago was president of the Democratic organization of
the twenty-second ward. He is a member of the South-
west Baltimore Business Men's Association and of the
WILLIAM A. JOHNSON, Democrat.
William A. Johnson is the son of Thomas Johnson. He
was born in 1863 at Centreville, Queen Anne's county, and
came to Baltimore at the age of 12 years. He is employed
as a nickelplater b}' the Viaduct Manufacturing Company,
BALTIMORE COUNTY—Six Members.
E. W. S. CHOATE, Democrat.
E. W. 8. Choate has already served two terms in the
House of Delegates. He was a member of ,the last House.
He is a representative farmer, residing at llandallstown,
and has made a careful and capable member of the Legis-