Aoy Hospital & flu epidemic
over the country-. .\OT Op«Ta<ini::. Mrs, N. A. McKemy, head nurse at the Aoy hospital in the south side, reported Friday that 21 patients had been admitted, while there are accommodations for 100. One death had already token place at the institution, .losefa Suaza, 10 years old, Mrhio succumbed Thursday night. The Red Cros.s w^as distributing circulars Friday containing notice, worded in Spanish, calling on all persons to report the illness of friends or neighbors by telephoning number 1271, the Aoy hospital. Mrs. JfcKemy is assisted in the nursing by Mrs. A. Mans.ell, whtle Misses Ileien Swift and Margaretta 'LeBaron are in charge of the kitchen.