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Maryland Manual, 1902
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Allegany County—DAVID J. LEWIS, Democrat.

Senator Lewis is a Cumberland lawyer and is a partner of
the Hon. G. A. Pearre. He was born of Welsh parentage in
1869 in Pennsylvania. His father was a miner, and at the age
of nine he began mining coal and continued until he was
nineteen. In 1892 he was admitted to the bar of Allegany.
Until 1896 he was a Republican.

Anne Arundel County—ELITAH WILLIAMS, Democrat.

Dr. Williams was born in Anne Arundel County, and is 52
years old. His father was James K. Williams. He was edu-
cated in the Public Schools of Anne Arundel County at Cum-
berland Valley Institute, Mecbanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and
at West River Classical Institute, Owensville, Anne Arundel
County. In 1869 he was graduated in medicine from the
University of Maryland, and has actively engaged in his pro-
fession ever since. Dr. Williams is, and has been for a long
time, a member of the Democratic State Central Committee of
Anne Arundel County. He was County Treasurer from
1894 to 1898. He has a first-class farm and often entertains
his friends in his hospitable home and gives them an Anne
Arundel "coon hunt."

Baltimore City (First District)—JACOB M. MOSES, Democrat.

Senator Moses was born in Baltimore and educated at the
public schools. He entered the Hopkins University in 1890
and graduated from that institution with high honors in 1893,
being awarded a university scholarship, which he, however,
declined and entered the Law Department of the University
of Maryland. He graduated in 1895, and was awarded the
prize of JSioo for the best thesis, his subject being the "Law
Applicable to Strikers."

He was a candidate for the First Branch City Council from
the Third Ward in the municipal election last Spring, but


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