C. W. Matheson

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C. W. Matheson - bases allowed the score NFW YOKK AUTO CARNIVAL...
bases allowed the score NFW YOKK AUTO CARNIVAL IIHII NEW YORK. May 4 -King Guy and Queen A n n e t t e m,in had then o u t i n g esterday noon In t h e postponed carnival K i n s Ouv led the paiade from Hall, u h c r e the rrgal pair were invented w i t h the badges of their tor\ grandeur up and do« n B r o ne'r to F i f t h Avenue and up i u g h f a r e to the disbanding point. Irneral John T. r u t t i n g , c he c a r n n a l committee, assisted General George Moore Smith, grand n a i s h a l of t h e parade, made 'cw brief remarks before lie crowned ho ro\al p a i r and t h e parade got u n d e r w a v . Generals r u t t i n g and Smith ..10 l o a d i n g car and i m m e d behind them came the chariot of Queen A n n e t t e , a Buick car, upon jlatform representing a seashell had jeen erected The qucen'.s throne was half surrounded by pillars and there f o u n t a i n In front of her, the f o u n t a i n had run dry by the chariot reached the r e v i e w tand. The queen wore a green robe. Kin? Guy s chariot was a red erected on a Stearns car. and the k sat in a golden chair, w i t h a t his side. He wore a golden-colored suit and a white wig. Mrs. f'ottle, who Is more than 100 vears old. but is an enthusiastic motorist, rode in a Frontenac w i t h daughter. Mrs J. J. Davis, and the latter's husband, the car being driven b Mrs Cottle's grandson. A n n a anil her daughter viewed part of the parade from the official reviewing stand. Some of the makers of cars represented in th undecorated pleasure car division were as follows Chalmers-Detroit, Rambler, Ford, Lo- ier. Buick, Maxwell, Stearns, Auto- car. Overland, Knox, Oldsmobile. Hartford. Matheson, Franklin, National. H a y n e w . Thomas, Herreshof, Midland, Corbin, Acmf, Peerless, Pierce, Elmer. Columbia, Hall. Palmer ger, Mitchell, Reo. Rainier. Stevens- Duryea. Cadillac and Wlnton. David c Goodman's six-cylinder Lozier, representing the Goddess of Fortune, w o n first prize in the division. General Cutting's Oldsmobile won second prize, and C. W Matheson's Mathespn won third prize.

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 04 May 1909, Tue,
  3. Page 14

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