State Sanitarium to Get More Water The chief engineer of the Maryland state department of health of Maryland, Abel Wolman, has been instructed to prepare plans and specifications for an increased water supply for the state tuberculosis sanitarium at Sabillasville. where during the past year the water shortage was acute. The average consumption per day was 60,000 gallons, the source of supply being springs near the town. According to Mr. Wolman’s plans the auxiliary supply will be drawn from a surface stream about two miles away and the water will be treated before it is used. The supply will be more than three times the amount needed.