Feb 21st, 1915,
Rev. Mr. Irwin,
Dear Mr. Irwin:-
At Mr. William Stares request I write to inform you of illness in the General Hospital, Kingston.
I am Nurse-in-training here and see him quite often.
He has had a bad attack of pneumonia, although we don’t tell him that. He has been quite delirious and still is at times.
But we are glad to say he has taken a change for the better and do hope he will continue to improve.
You might of heard of his illness for I wrote to Norwood recently about his illness.
There is nothing more can be done for him than we are doing, we all think him a fine patient – and of course they are sure to get the favors if there are any.
Believe me to be,
On behalf of Mr. W. Stares