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No. 158, A. F. and A. M., Druid Chapter, No. 28, Royal Arch;
Baltimore Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.; Washington Council, P.
O. S. A., and Mizpah Lodge, K. P. Member of P. E. Church
of the Ascension and organist of Central Presbyterian Church.
Married and resides at 509 N. Carrollton avenue. Represents
4th Legislative District of Baltimore City.

Has been connected with the Burnt District Commission in
the work of street and dock improvements in Baltimore since
June 15, 1904. Law offices at Nos, 622 to 625 Law Building.

ZACHARIAH T. GREEN, Republican—1623 S. Charles Street.

Mr. Green was born in Baltimore City, but, with his parents,
moved to the town of St. Michael's, Talbot County. Was then
twelve years of age. Returned to Baltimore at eighteen. Was
educated in the public schools of St. Michael's. Has been a
locomotive engineer for eighteen years in the employ of the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. All his service has been with that

ELMER J. JONES, Republican—208 Warren Avenue.

Mr. Jones was born in Baltimore City in 1874, and received
his education in the public schools of that city.

Studied law at the University of Maryland, from which in-
stitution he was graduated. Has engaged in no other pursuit
other than the practice of his profession.

W. HARRY PAIRO, Republican—826 Harlem Avenue.

Mr. Pairo is a lawyer engaged in the practice of his profes-
sion. He was born in Baltimore City thirty years ago and
was educated in the public schools. He subsequently took a
course in law at the University of Maryland and was admitted
to the bar in 1901. He was elected as a member of the last
House of Delegates by a large majority and made a splendid
representative, both in committee and on the floor. His work
in opposition to the Poe Amendment and the "Jim Crow" bill
was especially noticeable, while his efforts in behalf of the
Educational bill and the Haman bill made him many friends.
It was almost solely through his efforts that the Educational
bill was so amended as to give to the Republicans representation
in the State Board of Education. He was re-nominated for a
second term in the Legislature without opposition, and elected
by a largely increased majority. He was married to Miss Mary
Winifred Hughes, of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, in 1901,
and they have two beautiful and interesting children, Miss
Winifred and Master Preston. They reside at 826 Harlem Ave.


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