Washington, Jau. 9.- The senatecommittee on foreign relations Wednesday held its flrst meeting since the ' reorganización, Senator Sherman presiding and Senators Canieron, (Jullom, Lodge and Mills, tha new memoere, being present. The eommittee decided to hold a special session on Saturday f or the consideration of the Venezuelan, Cuban and Armenian questions. The meeting Wednesday was devoted to getting routine matters out of the way in order to permifc the uniterrupted consideration of more important questions at the special meeting. It is expected that the committoe wilt consider the Monroe doctrine in connection with the Venezuelan matter.