C. W. Matheson

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C. W. Matheson - ljiJ IS - Special Representative Is Here With...
ljiJ IS - Special Representative Is Here With Latest Models of Machine W Byrd Raymond special repre tentative and demoiMtrator or the Matheson Motor Car Company ot Mow Torlc It tn San Francisco with three of the latest model Matheson machines direct from tho factory The purpose of the vlilt Is to Introduce the Mathe - on on the Const In discussing the recent appointment of a receiver over the Matheson Company Raymond yesterday1 declared that the compane wn not Insolvent but that the ault wai merely a friendly one tn place the company In a position to handle the enormoua output which la betas prepared or this season Our company douhllnc Its output for the ensuing season and we are now manufacturing - under tenti and frame butldlnca until wa can get addition to our pretent plant he aald JVe are undetermined as to whether we will open a factory branch In San Francisco or place the Una In the hands of a high class and competent agent to look after the Interests of the car Raymond received the following telegram from the Eastern headquarters explaining the reason for the appointment of the receiver Newspapers have a report that the Matheson Motor Car Company Is In the hands of a receiver C W Matheson tonight said The action of the Matheson Motor Car Company In applvlng to the courts of Luxerne county Pa tor a receivership Is entirely friendly and In reality spells but a step In the direction ot the expansion of the manufacturing company The Immediate cause for this step was brought about by the action of a few creditors who were pressing their claims to the detriment of the company For the conservation of the Interests of all the receivership was decided upon as a friendly protection The Indirect cause leading up to the action was the deray In the shipment ot materials to the fai tory the cold wet spring weather and general slump In the stock market which lias affected deliveries en dealers contracts for several hundred - tars If the dealer Had not been restrained because af these condition la taking the ears contrasted forth necessity for this action would hardly have arisen - The company la perfectly solvent the asseta exceeding the liabilities by 1363748 JO The company Is rapidly conyert tng its materials Into finished ears and will continue to do so In order to execute the contracts now In hand and It Is expected that the receivership wilt be temporary only The new model silent six Matheson has proved a great success It has won first prties In the six successive hJU - cllmb - Ing and endurance contests In which It has been entered and with these successes the future ot the ear la assured The Msjheson Automobile Company Is net In any way affected by Ihe action of the Matheson Motor Car Company Tho latter being merely the source of supply ot Matheson cars - which ars marketed by the company of which I am president Plans are now prac tically completed for a larger factory output than ever and the manufacturing company will undoubtedly emerge from this passing - storm In sounder and mora healthy condition e i CLEVEB FOSGER GETS LONG TERM AT T01S0M Napa Man Wrote a Fictitloui Cheek for One Hundred and Fifty Dollars NAPA July ft Joseph Sturm a clever forger was sentenced In tho Superior Court here today by Judge Gee - ford to serve ten years lit the State penitentiary at Folsom on a charge of issuing and passing a fictitious draft Sturm wrote a draft for 180 June 38 1910 In Napa sent it to himself at Napa Junction then went down there June 27th and received It as If It came from a friend lie had T Marenco proprietor of the Piedmont House of Napa Junction cash It Sturm was soon afterward arrested He had 1117 ot the money on his person He wrote three other draf for 100 50 and 125 on June 86th but prosecution on these counts was deferred until later by the District Attorney Sturm Is a man about 64 years of age e HIP CAPT4J - DROWNS VAMCOUVFIt B C July 9 Captain Bolnrntona master of the British bark Molt Hill was drowned In the harbor heie late last night when he slipped froin the gangplank and fell Into water He leaves a widow and daughter at Birkenhead England a

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 10 Jul 1910, Sun,
  3. Page 35

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