|Friday, March 11, 1904||The Newmarket Era||Page 2, col. 2|
The head and front of the Metropolitan is taken out of that enterprise, by the nomination of Mr. C. D. Warren as president of the &qout;Soo&qout; industries, re-organized under the name of the Canadian Improvement Company. After the announcement of the Government's assistance in the shape of a guarantee of $2,000,000 of bonds. Mr. Warren proceeded to New York to consult with American capitalists interested in these companies. Mr. T. J. Drummond of Montréal will be Mr. Warren's right hand man.