Leadership

IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL HELD FOR LATE CHIEF W. F. DALEY

Issue 11 and Volume 81.

IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL HELD FOR LATE CHIEF W. F. DALEY One of Ten Men Drowned in Moosehead Lake Near Greenville, Me.—Nearly Two Hundred Chiefs Attend Funeral in Brockton IT was a profound shock to the friends of the late Chief William F. Daley of Brockton. Mass., to hear of his death on May 13th. He was one of a fishing party consisting of Brockton city officials and prominent men who were drowned in a lake in North Maine. The party had chartered “The Mac,” a forty-three-foot speed boat, to take them to the Tomhegan Camps at the northern part of Moosehead lake. Shortly before the accident several saw the boat on the lake but there was nothing to indicate that anything was amiss. When about eighteen miles from the starting point, water was observed by the captain leaking rapidly into the boat. Just how the leak developed is not known. It…

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