The Intelligencer June 8, 1916 (page 2)

Rose Day003“Rose Day, Saturday, June 10th. Under the Auspices of Quinte Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire In Aid Of The Red Cross Society.

REMEMBER! This is the Society that cares for OUR MEN who have been wounded at the battle front. Remember Our Boys At The Front! Make Saturday a Banner Day. Sinclair’s. We Close Our Store Saturdays at 9 p.m.”

The Intelligencer June 8, 1916 (page 7)

“Standard of Fitness for Construction Recruits. It is published for the information of all concerned that the standards of physical fitness for recruits for No. 1 Overseas Construction Battalion will be the same as for infantry battalions, with the exception that the standards of vision as required in the cases of the Canadian Army Service Corps, Canadian Ordnance Corps and for drivers of the Canadian Artillery or Canadian Engineers will be considered as sufficient.”

The Intelligencer June 8, 1916 (page 7)

Gorman's004“Rose Day! Rose Day! Saturday, June 10! Buy Roses from the Ladies. Rose Day in Aid of Red Cross. Quinte Chapter Daughters of the Empire. Gorman’s Boot Shop.”

The Intelligencer June 8, 1916 (page 7)

“A Magnificent Production at Griffin’s Opera House. The five part war drama ‘The Ordeal’ was presented to local movie patrons last evening at Griffin’s Opera House, and created a deep impression on those present.

The film shows the cruel methods by which the Germans carry on with their warfare, the murdering of women, and aged men for not revealing secrets which were of importance to their country. The different scenes are vividly portrayed, the quiet village scene being very picturesque, while the scene of the firing line is carried out with a vigor that is most realistic. …  This film will again be produced this evening.”

The Intellligencer June 8, 1916 (page 7)

“Bargains at Lattimer’s Drug Store Friday and Saturday. Rose Day. On Saturday, June the 10th, Young Ladies of Belleville will be on the streets Selling Roses, the proceeds to go to the Red Cross Fund.