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difficulties the find the accomplishment appearance halt but his and that Its and had to this He of the one Butler on the ground of extreme cruelty COLONIAL FAIR FOR THIS CITY Congress Will Be Asked to Appropriate Money An exhibit to be made In this city from September 2d to October 7th ot products from the possessions of the United States In the Pacific Is being planned by the trustees of the Mechanics Inatltute They decided last night to ask all the commercial bodies of this city to unite In urging Congress to appropriate money for the commercecommerce - promoting enterprise The exhibits will become the nucleus of a great commercial museum In San Francleco similar to the one In Philadelphia The trustees decided to have the Mechanics institute painted and awarded the contract for 820 President Denicke presented the library with sixty volumes ot the National Dictionary of Biography Some 4000 or 6000 reference books heretofore kept apart will be hereafter loaned In the usual way An elevator may soon be Sat in tbe library building and the main Istributlng - room may be up stairs Five designs for a monument to be placed in Portsmouth square to commemorate the Invention and original use in San Francisco twenty - five years ago of the cable car were offered In competition for the Institute medal None were deemed appropriate The medal was not award - ed but the Judges declared that the design by Seregnl Bernlert was the best Tho membership of the Institute was reported to be 4300 ot which about 200 are in arrears with their dues and will have to pay before the election of trustees on February 28th The following members are candidates for tbe seven positions Walter N Brunt Ernst A Denicke Leans Cj Huntley 8beldon G Kellogg Rodney Kendrick Dr F J Lane HenryC Lang - rehr Dr J P Le Fevre L w Love John McLaren Robert W Neat Charles M Plum P H Reardon Horace Wilson Denicke Kendrlck McLaren Neat Plum and Wilson are at present members of the board of trustees WILL REOPEN OFFICES an Is he fee to in

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 04 Jan 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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