Matheson Automobile Co.
MATHESON CO. TO i additional capital to conduct itsgrow - , ing business. This embarrassment nriinir nnrniTiniin!has been overcome and the receivers KbNEW OPERATIONS wm now he THE WAITER IN JJTERATTRE. It is understood that an application will ibe made to the court within a few days to discharge the receivers of the Matheson Motor Car Co. and turn over the property to the Matheson Automobile Co., which has in - iieaset? its capital stock to $2,500,000. 'During - the time the company was in the hands of receivers the business continued and orders were received for a large numiber of the Silent Six 1811 cars. Nearly a million dollars worth of orders have been received for these cars, which pre proving so successful, and the company expects to make the car one of the best and most popular on the market. At the time the company uvnt into the hands of receiver 6heperJ, Miner nnd Pope it was sovvent but needed Dickens's 'popularity is enduring, some one has said, because there is so much eating and drinking in his navels. Say, rather, because there are so many waiters. Find me a c'hapter in Dickens through whose pages there is no waiter slipping in and out; where Mr - . Wcller, Senior, fails to call for a double glass of the inwarialble, and tnere is no suc.i incident as this: , " 'Here, waiter,' shouted . tjie stranger, ringing the Ibell with tremendous violence, 'glasses around brandy and water, hot, an.l strong arud sweet, and plenty! - " AH the world lovrs a waiter his fresh linen (so long as it is fresh); his flirtatious napkin; his good - natur