C. W. Matheson
Mathesoa la Kew York Quarters. The Matheson Automobile Company, organized with a paid-in cash, capital of $150,000, for the purpose of taking- over the entire output of the Matheson Motor par Company, has leased quarters In the 'American Locomotive Building, on Broadway, between Sixty-second and Sixty-third Streets, and will provide commodious salesrooms, repair and garage departments. C. W. Matheson will locate in New York City and devote his time exclusively to the selling- end of the business. The Matheson factory will produce for the season of liMJO a si x-cy Under, shaft-driven car of light weight at a popular price. In conjunction with Its present five-thousand-dollar four-cylinder, chain-driven motor. The car entered In the Vanderbilt Cup races is to be driven by one of the prominent French drivers, and will be on the course within two weeks. The company has engaged I. C Kenen, formerly with the Renault. Darracq. Clement Bayard, and Richard-Brazier Companies, as mechanical engineer and designer.