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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

SUApi " ""- o ctnb -Buy fLip-top Cop. VOL. 1. 3STO. 357. WASEOQtfGrTOX, D. C, MOXDAY MOBjSTISTa, MARCH 13, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. IMPRISONED IN-THE;DEPTHS JAPAN CONSENTS TO PZAGE WHOLE FAMILIES DRAI PAY Interesting Disclosures Made By the Dockcrv Joint Commission. Hoisting Shafts of a New Mexican Mine Burned Out. ' China Ready to Accept Conditions imposed andiSign a Treaty. Hid Behind Clouds Almost During the Entire Eclipse. DisGiisses the Separation of Church and State. New Columbia Gable Line Caused Arthur P. Hessler's Death. Layless Characters from Alex ander island Raided. One-Third of the Persons in Governmon Service in "Washington Have Eela- tives in the Departments. Workmen left Below and EesouinEr Parties Unablo to Reach Them-Erobably Doad from Suffocation. Negotiations Conducted to a Successful Con clusion by tho Combined Efforts of Min isters Denby and Dunn. A PRETTY SIGHT IN SPOTS UNITED STATES AND ROME KILLED ALMOST INSTANTLY FATPtOL VTAG0X KEPT BUST 'f& ??fg? ??-...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

THE WASHXETTO: TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1895. lEiiinun Ancient Volcano of Orizaba Again in Eruption. CLOUDS OF SMOKE AND GASES It Is Toared That Ashes May Beein to Fall on the Extensive Coffee Plantations About and in Cordoba One Hundred Apertures Belchmp name Commission of Scien tists "Will Investigate. Cordoba, State ol Vera Cruz, Mex., March 10. The peak of Orizaba, the ancient volcano, is in a state of eruption. The signs of disturbance began to mani fest themselves Sunday night and have increased in force constantly since that time. It is now vomiting poisonous gases, and thick volumes of smoke are emitted from 100 apertures in its great maw. The earth for 100 miles around has shaken periodically with subterranean vibrations. A great alarm exists among the dwellers in the cities of Cordoba, Orizaba, Kalaha, and the dozens of small villages scattered within the scope of the strange and inter esting jrtionomonon. The shocks as yet have not been of a disastrous nature and no damag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

r'TWST v5Sft - THE WASHIITOTO: TIMES; MOSTDAY, MABCH" 11, 1895. '?f 'i gl&3$&g! AMUSEMENTS. pitAND OPERA HOUSE-EDWARD H. AL VJ lea. Manager. Evenings at S; Sat mat at 2. LILLIAN RUSSELL Opera Company To-n ffit. Tucsdsy. Wednes-J dar. nnd 'Jhuisday. 'ijv Perlcbole.'" 'Friday, I f . .. . .., .?., . n .,t t.. .if,.- 1 Grand Ihichess.," Prlc s, i. 41.50, . W, and 25. Next W'ek--GOTTABALLINS. A C ADEMY Prices 25. 50. T5, and $1. Wed. .and Sat "1'ops," 25 and SOcresrd. The Satirical Comody-farco, A Railroad Ticket Next week-THE COTTON KING. TEW NATIONAL THEATRE- j. Every evening, Wednesday and Sat Mats. SOL SMITH RUSSELL. Mon.Tues Evenings nnd Wed. Mat , FEACE Fl L ALLEY; Wed a :d 'J huxs , THE HEIH-AT-1 W ; FrL cad Sat. and Sat Mat A POOR RE LATION Next wcok-THi: PRINCESS BONNIE. UTTATI KEATS, 23 and hO: Mats. Tues, illliUU Thurs , and -at W ashlngtou s favor lto family resort This eek LIV'OLN J. CUt TEH'S TORNADO The BAKNUM.of all srenlr melodramas. N ext week The Silver King. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

"- ' "v" IrfT " THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1S95. The Washinflton Times (Evert Day in thk Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. f cdthweet coknek pennsylvania ayence and Tenth Stkeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Office, 33T. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sundny Edition Throe Cents. BytbojnontU y...ThIrty-nTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 11, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" w ill confer a nor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Comrlaints cither by trail or in person will receive rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered tqall parts of the city by O:30' j"clock each morning, including Sunday. IT'S EXISTENCE IS A FRAUD. -The outlaw track is evidently sailing under .false colors. Its discreditable management 1b doing business under a charter granted the Grange Camp Association of Norrnorn Virginia. And the objects of this Association as set forth in its arti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

.Yiif-iitvt ".'''" -y- ""w?-- &-&jAl:'55feSr:w, TBusi WAsicnsraTOK times, Monday, march 11, 1895. LAN8BURGH&BR0 i Bedroom Suites HO TO-DAY ONLY. MOSES saonnds.- F and 11th Streets. Storage 'Warehouses, 22d St, noar M. . Watch for Other One-Day Specials from Here. CI?e (Limes Prize Letter Writing Contest Will close with the issue of March 1 7 Sunday. Winners will be announced as soon thereafter as the judges can examine several hundred produc tions. The letters are written In re sponse to the query, "Does boarding-house life have an injurious effect on the character of young men and young women?" No letter over 150 words in length, or which is written on both sides of the paper, can be entered in competition. PRIZE LETTER WRITING. Does Boarding-house Life Have an Injurious Eff ct on the Character of Young Men and Youne Women? The TraES is in receipt of several letters containing more than 150 words the speci fied number. It must also be remembered that only a few of the h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1805. mm m nil t$E MPQi0?IS SOX By the pair or by the gross; imported maco and lisle t h r e ad; Hermsdorf dyed; Guaranteed fast color; silk embroidered; neat new patterns; our own importation. 25c per pair, or 6 pairs for $1.25. Every haber dasher in town gets 40 and 50c per pair for thesame quality. See the Window display of them. Come in and ex amine them, and see for yourself what good values they are. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. Twelfth and F Sts. 'TIMES" FUNDDISTRIBUTION Receipts of a BasKct-ball Tourney for Charitv. It Was Played at the W. A. C. Between the Team of That Club and Carroll Institute 548 Baised. The Wasdisotok Times acknowledges the receipt or 48 from Hr. F. H. LltcbQeld, of the "Washington Athletic Club, South Capitol and 0 streets, the amount being the total re?oipts from an exhibition game of baskot ball played at the W. A. C. on March 1 be tween the home team and the Carroll Insti tute Reserves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

i-sp-p-jvi- 5jK"3"'vp"fqsi v?5!K5r,!',l-,5T5; p-- V" -fe THE WASHINGTON TIME (Bo anb Buy &ipiop Cop. VOL. 1. INT). 358. WASHTtfGrTOiSr, D. C, TUESDAY MOROTSTG, S1AUCH 12, 1895-.--SIX PAGKES". CXtfE CENT. . Indiana Scions Engage in Knock down and Drag-out Fight. BROKEN HEADS BLACK EYES ' ?- SJ SfBfS- ROT N THE LEGISLATURE COOLB EIDOBE DEAT But Veteran Frank Rooney Was Hot Proof Against DisgraGe. DETERMINED TO KILL HIMSELF He Had Been locked T7p for Safe Keeping in the Sixth Precinct Station Feeling Hu miliated and Disgraced Ho Hanged Him lelf With a Silk Handkerchief, Bat "Was Discovered Jsst in the Nick of Time. WJiile Station Keeper John F. Garner, of the fcixth precinct police station, and Wagon Officer Maiwfleld -were Bitting in the front office about 9:30 o'clock last night, they were startled by a gurgling sound and short, quick gasps coming from the cells in the rear. "That's a case of suicide," sang out Patrol Driver Pat Fitzgerald, "as sure as you are born." The three me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

THE WASHIKTOjS TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1895. OIL GIHTSJH MM Ex-Senator Edmunds Trying to Break the Income-tax Law. AGREES WITH SAM JOHNSON Believes Also that It Is a "Hateful Tax" Collectd by "Wretches" Used Irony in His Argument and Raised a Saulo by His Eeferecca to Members of Congress At torney General Olney to Epeak Tc-day. Assistant Attorney General "Whitney Tesuniod Ills argument in suttalning the incomp tax law before the United States Supreme Court to-day. Attorney General Olney, ex -Senator Edmunds, and other distinguished counsel in the case, occupied seats at tlie dusk reserved for attorneys. Tht courtroom was crowded, Mr. Mc Millin, Mr. Springer, and several other members of Congress, who had taken part in tin enactment of the income tax, being among the interested listeners. Mr. Whitney addressed himself to the question of uniformity mtaxation, in answer to the charge that the income tax violated the princiiries of uniformity. He con tended that the limit of ?-l,000 f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

3 - -B-jCj itfS ' THE YASHIKGrTO-ST TIMES, TTTESDAT. MARCH 12, 1895. -3 RECORD Oi THE COURTS. Troliatc court JtibtJccUoRaerProoecd injrs in estates, etc., as follows: Luciuda Huj-hes; summons to -witness to -will re turned served. Harriet Kidrjclc; will re turned with commission executed. Ella T Canfjeld; deposition of James F. Can field filed. Nannie Howard; request of Julia Chapman for order authorizing ex ecutor to sell notes at private sale. James "W. Denver; M. J. Collvrt qunlilied as ad ministratorde lxnis non. James IL Smith; ru'e returned served. Lquily Court, Division No. 1 Justice Cox Birney vs. Spalding; "Whittier Ma chine Company allowed to intervene Donn vs. Jones; pro confesso against certain de fendants granted. Green vs. Buckingham; claim of Green.and fee special auditor or dered paid. Campbell vs. Jameson; John II. Duvall and John Pepper made parties. Assignment Nos. -1 (on hearing), 3, 8, 1,0, 11. 13, 14, 1G, and 18. Lqufty Court, Division No. 2 Justice Hagier Fowl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

?-zri. -sir" v" THE TVASniXGTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, MAJICII 12, 1895. The Washington Times (Eafht Cat ix toe Yeah.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company,. TIMES BUILDING. EooruwEsr CoiutEu Pennsylvania Avenue and Tkntu Msner Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S8, Business Office, 337. Tifee, DaHy Edition uo Ont- Suudny Edition Throe Cents. My tho month. Thhty-nvc Genu. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 12, 1895. Subscriber- to "The Times" w ill confer a fnvoib-v promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints other h irail or in r-crson amII receive rrompt attention. Paper should be de livered toall parts of the city by 0:30 tclock each morning, including Sunday. "WHERE IS VIRGINIA LAW1 Onr excollont police force is entitled to praise for tho effective manner in which tho tougbs which cluster around the outlaw track are handled. The raid Sunday night was n surprise to tho thugs and thieves who fre quent the vicinity of Long bridge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TTJESDAT, MARCH 12, 1895. MOSES'. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1S05. THE NEW ATTING Are here part of tliem at least but enough, to give 3'ou a clear insight into the sort of stock we're going to show this season. They sold splendidly 3esterda', for their prices are down to the bottom notch iu size the top notch in popularity. We'd be glad to have you inspect the showing. I MO AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 2d St. near L THIS WILL Our plan of giving credit will help ANl'BOUY-wbohas Furniture or Car pets to bur. Evory article contained on our six big doublo floors bas its price mark in plain flirares. We invito you to niako a list of the things you need compare our prices with those of the cash stores sea if it isn't to your ad vantage to buy hero Credit, We trill nrrango payments to suit you weekly or monthly not a note to eign no such thing as interest, Ready to start you to housekeeping for a promise to pay. We make and lay all Carpets free of cost No...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 March 1895

" '- V 6 THE WASHXtfGTO TIMES, TUESDAY, MAJ&CBL 12, 1895. SEE mm DODGED II S OF W. DISTRICT LOST Our new line of Men's SEPARATE TROUSERS. The prettiest and richest patterns we ever had, and such VALUES at least two or three dollars under, last season's prices for same qualities, and just about ONE-HALF of what you'll he asked for them now at the custom shops; and ours are as st3'lishly cut, as well made, and will fit as per fectly as if 3tou had been measured for them, and they are ready for use now. I2ih and F Sfs.,Fifp6s' KOSTEft FSST THE ATTRACTION. Columbia Turn crcin Gave One of Its Most Enjoyable Affairs. The fatter dress ball, kostuem fest, given by lite ladicfc or the Columbia Turn Tcreln at lite National Klfles Armory last niglit v. as ow of the mose successful affairs of the kind ever JteW by that organization. Hitherto these and similar eutertain ntciitfr have boeii given under the manage ment of the officers or gentlemen of the MK-iety, lat tins fc.ca.son Hiss Kathe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

THEWA TIMES are 2Jou VOitk 5or "Cheaper as? TOL. 1. 5fO. 359. WASHESrGTO, D. C, WJSDESDAX MOBSflSSTG-, MARCH 13, 1895 SIX lAQOSS. OE OE2JTT. FLED FROM HE- BiGlUE IITIPIflllUTTIElLTI Miss Susie Metzger's Thrilling Experience at Her Home. Father Karmniski Repels a Hob With a Revolver. fiE MET HER IN THE HALLWAY TWO OF THE CROWD WOUNDED Tho Midnight 'Intruder Leveled His Pistol at Her Head and Demanded Money Ho Had Previously Terrorized the Servant Girl and a Young Han Refused to Take Anything but Cash hot at His Pursuer. One of tho most daring and audacious burglaries ever perpetrated in this city oc curred boforo daylight yesterday morning on Capitol Hill, and the Fifth precinct potioe are now Etraining every nerve to capture the bold burg'nr. The house tmtcrod was that of Capt. Philip Metzger. So. 320 Second street southeast, under the very shadow of picturesque St. Feter's Church. Capt. Metzger is a chief of division in the Pension Office, and a veteran of the Confederate Army. Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

THE WASHESTTO TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895. BDUflS THEIR FHOTEST Desperate Stevedores Fire Upon Colored Non-union Hen. ?IVE OR SIX OF THEM KILLED Sew Orleans' Police Unable to Cope "With tbo Bioters --Militia Called Under Arms An Appsal for Troops Kado t? the Federal Government Foreign Consnl3 May Take a Hand "Wago Seduction Was the Cause. New Orleans, La., March 12. The thick fog in the early morning was the veil be hind which desperate white levee laborers gathered and which they penetrated with "Winchester rifle balls aimed at the Colored non-union men at work on the ships. The attack was made at points several miles apart. Just berore the arrival of the police, and as a result there are half a dozen corpses and a dozen or so wounded mon. The police saw the attack, but no arrests followed, they claiming they were too few to cope "With the unexpected out break. The day before the mayor said all was quiot and the Governor saw no grounds for interference, but to-day the business...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

-i.T-.;'- ??G - f THE WASHIlTOTOJr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 33, 1S95. &.sfi&gW'Lr" t"xg' CHOOSES ITS LEADERS. Baltimore Conference Hpworth League Llccts Officers for Knsuins Year. The annual mooting of tlio Baltimore Con ference Epwortu Lcagne, which includes the District, was hold Monday evening in Mount Yrrnon M. E. Church. Baltimore. Intcristing nddresses were delivered by Mr. C. M. Lacoy Sites, prcsiaent ol the fourth general district league, and Mr. IL It. Ioh crty. Til. D., of New York, the general third vice-president. The election of officers to servo'for the en eu.ng year resulted as follows: President, Lev. W. It. Stricklln; vice-presidents, Itev. W. C.Ballard. W, B.Matthews. W. M. Winks, and Charles Hann; secretary, Georgo S. Gib bon. treasurer, G. W. Gorsucb. Preparations are being made within the Lounds of the conference for the session ol the fourth goneral conference District League, which will bo convened in Philadelphia on the 23d of May, nud tuo Jocal organi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

THE WASHIXGTOX TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895. The Washington Times (Evrnr DaV the Year.) OWXED AND ISSUED BVT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. ComnvEST cocker Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Jstreet Telephono Editorial Rooms, 4S5. . Business Office, 337. lTlcc,rjallr Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Threo Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C MARCH 13. 1893. Stibcrlbcra to "The Times" w ill confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or ncslect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither b iroil or in person Mill receive rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by ti:30 o'clock each inorninz, including Sunday. CUT THIS OUT FOE REFERENCE. The present capital stock of tlie Washing -ton Gaslight Company is $2,000,000. Of Ibis amount only SCOO.OOO was ever-paid into the company by the stockholders. Several years ago COO,000 of surplus profits were used to enlarge the plaut and oxtencT its ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

jfr v a-s-f "- V fV ", j " -Nf - v ? A Mllfc- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, yEDJTESDAT, MARCH 13, 1895. tS ; sqj-v.vj' MOSES'. rs wp-- -.n& ft a. U- , K-. V J .-r orld or fr P - '' Shopping 9 Bags, f 25c WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 9 fv K- - "V -& .&. . m& -- - iLansMiriii&Bro; f l --it-o n 'hiPM eSSbjkL -"tnKg&q&W ',JKCZS3FW ?c: ys?x,ir&Zi7 s. Jvv5ak.vy5riA-, -rz. . fTtwmmmzzt f " ryxtezr:-sa??t5isrra"' v yi -. -a vt s-v.iWK"ju-jr'a(cirir tsl ' l j ,c l - en y. THE NEW 9 MATTING Are here part of tliein at least but enough to give 3011 a clear insight into the sort of stock we're going to show this season. They sold splendidly 3'esterday, for their prices are down to the bottom notch in size the top notch in popularity. We'd be glad to have you inspect the showing. I- MOSES S B. SONS. F and 11th Streets. Storage TV arehouBes, 221 St, near M, THIS WILL Our plan of giving credit will help ANYBODY -n ho has Furniture or Car pels to buy. E erj article contained on our s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEPKESPAT, MARCH 13, 1895. 6 WHEN You getjeady for a Spring Overcoat you'll find us with the best line in town. It would'nt seem like Robin son, Chery &. Co.'s if we didn't Every style and fabric that's fashionable, in our usual good qualities at our usual low prices, $10 up for good, honest gar ments. Those IMPORTED MACO and LISLE THREAD sox we are sell ing at 25c per pair, or six pairs for $1.25, are the best hosiery value you ever saw. Better get some. Other stores get 40c and 50c per pair for same quality. $3 Derbies, in all the lead ing blocks, equal to any $5 hat in town. 12th and F Sts.,"6s' MILLIE TOOK THE SPARKLER. Mrs. E. II. Andrews' S125 Kins Recovered from Her Domestic's Best .Man. Detectives Woedon and Lnrey did an other clever piece of sleuth -work yesterday afternoon in capturing the thief who stole a. diamond ring, valued at $125, from Mrs. K 11. Andrews, of No. 231 Mcssn tliusetts avenue northwest. The larceny was niHrtedto Inspector Iloll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

Bwi-Mj- -' 1 vij?j -r?rJ&- 1 'TSs,J- V-ifr 3" THEWA Ctre IJou XDitl? 5or- Cheaper as? VOL. 1. O. 360. WASHrNTGTOK, D. C. THTTBSDAY MOBlNTIJFlGr, MARCH 14, 1895 SIX PAGES. OISE CENT. ",jf .WrnJilJ, III M&DHESS m m &i apolog Three Little Florida Lads Who Were Bitten by a Mad Dog. if the Cruiser Fired Wrongfully Upon the Allianca. CAME THROUGH THIS CITY SEN0R xMURUAGO EXPLAINS s V-STWIJJ TIMES i '.' ' , , j. .... ' " ' "sm ' ." F ' . ' .. ftv as& ' ' sC?J Join Davis Was Tied Down to His Seat He Snapped and Snarled at His Fellow travelers Accompanied by Physician and Student Terrible Wounds Eeceived by the Lads Seeking the Fastenr Treatment There was a stir of excitement at the Baltimore & Potomac railroad depot yesterday morning when the Florida ex press rolled into jtue station, and tho great throbbing locomotive stood still. Attached to the train was the special car "Azalea," from Jacksonville, Fla., con taining the three little hydrophobia pa tients -who -will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

V"VS-,-, THE WASHIHSTTOlSr TIMES, THTJUSDAX, 3IABCH 14, 1895. PATRIOTSOHS TO UNITE American Revolution Society in Discussion. THE COMMITTEE WILL CONFER Action on a Communication from the Soss of the Bevolntion Advocating Consolida tionThe Suggestion Was Received with Paver Effort to Limit the Terms of the President and Vice President The District of Columbia Sons of the American Revolution held an important meeting last night in the red parlor at the Euuitt House. Among these matters "were the adoption of an amendment to the constitution and, the passage or a resolu tion looking to the consolidation of this organization -with the Society or the Sons of the Revolution. A meeting of the hoard of management of the Sons of the American Revolution was held In the afternoon, the business transacted at "which "was reported to the meeting last night, which "was presided over by Dr. J. Brovru Goode, Mr. Francis E. Storm being secretary. The proceedings -were opened "with prayer by the Rev. D...

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