C. W. Matheson
fee paid. C. W. Matheson. president of the Math-eson Automobile Company, has established a new custom in regard to the sale of racing cars, which have won Important events. He recently sold a Matheson four-cylinder 1910 roadster to Albert J. Hughes of Baltimore. It was the identical car which won the cup for perfect Bcore In the New York Herald-Atlanta, Journal 1,053 mile reliability contest last fall. The two cups, which were won by this car, which was revarnished, equipped with new tires and sold at the full list price, were turned over to Mr. Hughes, who insisted on having them so that b might show his friends what hib new car had actually done in competition. It is very probable that this graceful custom will be followed by other manufacturers In disposing of cars with racing records.