To Abolish Liquor In The Capitol
Washington, Dec. 10.- This congress is starting out with a show of earnestness to abolish the sale of liquor in the capitol. Late in the last season the public buildings and grounds committee decided to report a bilí introduced by Morse of Massachusetts, to stop the traffic under the dome. Yesterday at the first meeting of the committee it was agreed to make the report to th house at once, Wilbur F. Crafs, who represents tho reform legislation bureau, expects the bill to pass this session. "We have a rule of both houses [ prohibiting the sale of liquors, but it is studiously ignored. A law, I think, would command more respect."
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