• There probably will be several new automobiles added to Ottawa’s list this spring. Many visitors from Ottawa are attending the automobile show in Kansas City this week, and new cars will come from it to Ottawa.

• The old section house on the Santa Fe at Pomona, which burned Monday afternoon, was one of the landmarks of Pomona. It had stood there ever since the road was constructed through Pomona in 1881. Another building probably will be built soon. The Santa Fe is making some big improvements for Pomona. A 200-barrel cistern has been built. A new brick platform is built around the depot, and ornamental lights have been placed along the platform.

• Is Ottawa too conservative in the matter of providing rest rooms, places of amusements, playgrounds and parks for its men, women, children and visitors? This question arose yesterday afternoon at he meeting of the Civic Improvement Association of Ottawa in the city hall. It was voiced by Miss Etta Joe McCoy, county superintendent, who spoke to the club about ideas for beautifying many spots in the city.