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clothinK company, said to-night that
Nellie Connor died lived for many yeats. encouraging and helping the ?.Iris ?n th? Foreman No Less Heroic. Not a whit less heroic was Bid Dii mo? k. who also g.'ive his 111 othi rs. Dimni'-' k had I - ? ? man for ? Igi charge o! the ma? hlne rooms most of the girls w? re employed. !!? directed the fire drills. u h**n the bell rang yeeterday Dim BBock stood at the top of th.? upper -f??-ht of stairs, ? lapping hla bands sharpl) and urging the girls t.. m???..* fast. ? ?? last to have the .t<-,p floor When ! the lower r mai I the l'iris turnt T*?.?.??? Dimmock seiz?*d s girl h srms ami brought her safely to the sidewalk. The third tin Into th?' biasing building and a*ai . shroud - ' Freeman, the company's pr?sident, ? ? nt of the girls em] I were Am? ri< ans. "it's not ti ? nor tii * nesa thai ? ssid "but it is the thought of those girls, some of whom ?n with US for years, being trapped . ? they w< and perishing In the flam- - ' T ? they bell? ? n, so inded immediately after few s (Ire drill, t hieb hau been held **e . th u ..-.. forced t .1 to appear in I in their rough working clothes Many of i hem w< e proud spirited g:r.? ? didn't like this. So when the alarm sounded must of th?m took their tune some to don their coal t.. f;f\ their purses ngs. Hut for this fact, 1 believe, nearly all the employes could have been - In th?- last fin drill we had the entire bull ? t*i| t II d m twenty sec? ? , ~. " Fifty-one Dead. After cai lion by th? thing ? ??in; any, fol? lowing tation with all heads <f departments ''? was announced that the death list was probably fifty? According to the beat Information lain absence of thi ?*. which in burled In tl 111 em rafter -. Of this number fifty to have irning ?even ire in th? hospital, three are ?being ??mes and seven are un ? f.-r. The revis? t of thi ? . !:? bj Reed B. Freeman, . f the 0 ? ' - - street. 27 1 ' RGAK, Mil " Ko TI Busquehanne RK, Mn Mel? la No IM Pgrk a m DIMS* - * ? ? ' > ? lieft ! - Hottte. No. : cunteuury ? ? ' tea street ' INK, .Mis? U RTWEUU V mn?;. Ulm Emma, Allen street KATZ, Mi*? Anna. Lasa lusi . ron Dkktaaoa. .?.is \ j,.ua. MAKTi:..!.. Mar Hi Bi tlroet. t>I?K?.i. ! . .. PRENTlgS, Mr. arre L4E81A, Virginia. I.K.-IA. Mary. BAT, Beeela Mo 37 Wladtag Wajr M - UK AD. Mr.. BiniM No 116 Park a.enue HNKIDEft, ?Celia 1 BILL-VAN. Miss Mary J_ , No tt Seminary s*rea * BADONAI8. Allia ? THSRMnUIOKN, Jeka Ms 2 ? oofl _tr?*et Ivan. Misa faihettsa rtBa Mary? Me S Coas ees Futee SHOVE, Mi.- Lewis? fino .treet V I'lTR, Mr*. Alwin, No Mi rUlHIgS StlSSt. 'S ESTLaa-Jt, Mel-B, da t? K-nwoo. ?venue. Woman knoivn a? Nellie. Won-an known a? Uva. Two women, narr?.? f. known Crowd About Fire Lines. More than a thousand friends or .tires of the victims crowded about t Are lines from daybreak through .the hot hours of midday o/: until after midnight, watching eagerly for some t ? that would bring from the smok i | heap all that was left of their ?Joved ones. rtng the morning only one body re. iversd. and as the day wore on fear grew oa the grief stricken ?throng that the intense fire had rom tely cremated the bodies in the ?ruina. At .*> o'clock, however, workmen came on a body near one of the Win? dows at the northeast corner, and later reached the group about the body Miss Connor. I__te to-night rain began t?i fall, but ? 'I that had thronged the s<iuar. nd th?* factory ruins remained be ?neath are lamp.?-. \\ . rkmen, unheeding the driz-ie. Were taking out bodies an?! aging ambulances wer?- ooovsylng ?i to the morgue. It la thought that by to-morrow night the ruins will have cleared and the worst will be known Mayor Irving and members of the ..mon Council are arranging for a *publl' funeral and ,i coiiinv n burial many of the victims. The fact that (practically all of the bodies are In an ?unrecognizable condition makes this bmperativs. The difference In rsllgloua ? Is of the victims, which might have ?prove, a problem, is to be solved by a (conference of all the ministers and priests of the city, at which time a spot Ilwill be choaen la one of the Bve ?semi - which will i?? dedicated t.. the unknown d? ad. The burial expense will J.e borne by th?- ??.unty, and a suitable Lhaft Inscribe?- with the names of the and missmg win be erected by ?public subscription. ? Indications politic? wi:i ",,?- lajsctsd Into the Plnghsmton trag i.-id it is t?. he made a ?vehicle for ??attacking ?T vindicating Oovernor Bui-j Ml Incidentally,''11 is assert? d that 3the Blngharnton <ataistrophe will result, Stn a radkal change in the factory i RUINS OF BINGHAMTON FACTORY WHERE 51 LIVES WERE LOST. i laws and ?posslblj In the manner of ad? ministering ths Laboi DepartmenU Three separate and diatlnct Investi? . g?tions of th? ?:.? ss ,; b? In pi? ? before the end of the week. < tor lueur will begin s thorough Inquest into lb? of the Are to? morrow, ii" has subp?naad ;i i - ?er o? v ' n< ludlng I ?cd from the upper floors and hi ads of departm* nts He has turn? lies over Coroner Stillson and ssiii d?soie himself lo Axil - me for th? ! astei-. ?Deputy siau F.:c __ of Albany, arrived In Blnghamton to? night ssitii ajxficial ?powers t" rcpr* the sr.it" Fir. Marshal ami t? hold a ; investigation aa to the operation of th? ?m system, 'he delay of the firemen In responding after th* inded, and the condition of ib? building aa a housing place lor !_._ emplo)es. I??, ?i Ms nlghl thai the fir* marshal - n ? nt "has been greatl) hampered the aversion ol fire drills, and mor? than nil bj failur?' of th" ?Legislature to appropri?t* suiib i? ni mon? > f" increai s the I "i this department and carry oui orders." nard L Bhlentag, an and Jan" .. an engineer, ? mmisslon, conferred ? ssit h DiStl . I M< aghi r. Woman Investigates. Mi K of Nee ! th* da) Inveal clr* ? Ming tin- lire. I of ii.. n itlonal ? '"'..?i.ine?%' L* | the Com? of Sai. tj ? t New York. "From what I know of the affair." Mid Miss Kohlsaai to-night, "I ,., hat any la-.s- was violated in the construction of th" building, but it did it th?- lan ??light to be nor to what the committee of safety I scants. Th?- lass should require In- | ? I'-s. ? . ?roof partitions fire ? - parate fr?im the bull so that pen ?? ith aafety. I underntand that the fire escape on th? rear wall of the overall factot. pa) close in front of windowa from which the flam?-s ?poured ami it \sa? Impoaslble to paas them alive." The ?prospectiva arrival of the fac? tory investi gat ing committee of the suit. te k n'ls th? poiiti' al com? plexlon to the Investigation. This ln veatlgatloB will be along Indapandani linea, and if ?political i Influence has boon at work, aa intimated by Govern? or si.izer. friends of the committee In this cits- say ?t will be shown up Ths adherents of Governor Sulser here ea serted that he ssonl.l ),?? ap?ela] ly r? p r?.?? nted at the Senate h?u:iiig, and every effort to diecredll him bitterly oppoaed. Subscription lists m aid of needy sur? vivors h;r ' .rtcd by th" news ?papera, ?Willis Sh<_rpe Kilmer con? tributed ILOOO to the fund and other cittsens are responding liberally. RED CROSS AID DECLINED. Washington, lut] 's; Rrneel P. Be v nei tii?* national director of the American Bed ?'ross. received to-day from Mayor irsi'ip of Blnghamton the foiiowinx mes* "We will not n'-<-.i outside assistance. Thanks for your tender " e JOHN M ?AMARA CONVICTED Stole an Automobile on Day of Grea. Bank Robbery. New Westminster. B ?', .Mil-. .T? .loba McNamara, alias "Australian Ma?k," er? rested "; New fork more than a sear -, connection with the robbery of the NOW Westminster branch of tin- Bank of Ifontreeli ieptember IB, lall, ssi.cn more than 1271."V) WM stoieti, ?i? found guilty by a Jury it: lie -it last nlghl of in automobil? the morning of the bank robbery. This automobile, II is alleged, arai used by tii?- robbers t?> ? ?Counsel for McNamara gave n?.t ? ? an appeal ?Sentence waa resened until ii,. conclusion ..i the assises, Tin? con* vlctlon of McNamara is the Urs! growing ?, m ..r tin- bank robbery nearly is?o - - HH'i g NEW WARSHIP COMING HERE. [B] .','?. I Beaton, Julj The Argentine supw* dreadnought Klcadasia has he? n * otn iileted at ?he For.? Hlvir sards and sslll leave there Sunday for New York to go into ?Irydoek. SI AK< HIV. i ' IR l;< iDIKS I >K \ ICTIMS. R?E INSPECTION FORCE IS STILL INADEQUATE Head of State Labor Bureau Has Only 85 Men. but Needs 200. He Asserts. CONTINUE TO VIOLATE LAW Factories Profit by Dilatory Tactics of Politics and De? lays Due to Real Est?t?' Interests, It Is Said. I >r -: sation bj the Factory Ii gatii and nd the i th* ter in I In ( ? ? la? k of ? ???mi ?? them, " I Of till ? -I of fur thai pr? . - still eslst, ? ordlng to : ants! ? - of the state Laboi i ?? n.? m hers i -f. otl h Rml.llnu ' ? Just Stl exist after t lie At? li fir* lalltv of ei fire prevention In factoi ? other structun rsi , ..-i?, dlatril uti 'i arm .!.?; .n tin? nta that no ..n.-i a < ? i ? Id th.n ? ?nt?alised in the Fire Coi ? ? ?? i--. tin- creation of thi Prevention Bu reau, bol I;- ra? * 01 ? 'omn* * ? ? tatemen) i (.?i.i.i ? declarina thai 11 ? numl ai of in spectors provided foi this cltj srs i n ?-1 > Inadequate lo ? ?i i \ ?>ii the arorh or ? i In- is ? i 1 ins "i t he pi n.. Ipsl amondmei I the labor Isa i?-, ommended by thi Ksctor) < 'ornml ' still Inoperstivi By recent approval bj the Laglslatufs n becomes s isw on October 1, bul the f.??i remslns ha ssid, that greatly im proved condition! have not yet been a<" ? otnpllshed, owina o. dilatory tu.-ileH of polit ici and real estate interests oh structini progre Situation Full of Menace. \\ c Rogei '. Deputy Lsbor Commissioner, declared yea tarda) thai the failure ol the Uovernor and Bei ?'? t.. aarea upon a Laboi Commlsalonei iia.i produced s situs tion In ths Laboi I " psrtmenl aa regarda factory Inspection to prevei I - like tin- Blnghsmton fire thai was full of nu-iia. <? Mr 1. went t?. Blnghsmton yeeterday to make an Investigation. "in ?ii. eh ? nee ot t ho;,a to ty. pertinent," be ssid, "i stn tetina Com mlsaioner Hut the point to place am? phssia on Is this I have no powsi to appoint the additional Inspectors tehe an sorel) needed to .hm\ on adequate!) th? work ?.i lire pr?vention Tin- Attor? ney <'.?-r.?-iai has so ruled The Isw baa ad. a nd an appropi latloi well, pro. Idlng toi th? m, ressa ol thi force to ?! mlalmum ?>f 121 iVe have Il m-1? toi ? n"?? i-lthoagh ii" mail mum allowed undei the new law la I4S, it would iak?- at leaal tot men to carrj on the work as it should be done 'i should so] there are ten thousand factory buildings la the state, main ?? r them file imps We lime fOUOd by ex i . i lei ? ? thai ??? pi'a.-ip ?iii-, nei? i in spe? t s buildlna arflhoui Unding -??me i ioi.,t'?.i. through n?gligence ..i Ignor* .?(mi- of the Is n ii woni.j keep every ..ne of two hundred men bopping to dla? . ..-. . i Ihr.?-?- \ lolatlons aii'l I?. .*->-.? lh.it the ordern we make as a result of them are carried ?.ut." Mr Roe.r. ?a1?? that lack ot an au? LIVES LOST AND ENDANGERED WHILE POLITICAL LEADERS SQUABBLE, SAYS TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION Tl e foil t night by M f the Nee fot ?teal t'nion \ ,-. From the late edition! of the evening paper? it appears that more than threescore live? were snuffed out in thr? factory f re at Binghamton. Mo*,t of these were .-.omen. T!ie Lsgielatui e. the State Department of Labor and the Fire Marshal ??e to make an investigation. The verdict is written before the inquiry begin?. Inadequate protection for factory worker? is the answer. Investigation and inquiry may disclose the criminal negligence of ?ome per?on or persons responsible for this terrible disaster. The charred bodies cf many oi the victims will ?till remain unnBCOgn I For year? the force of inspectors m the Stare Department of Labor has been inadequate. At the last session of the Legislature provision was made for additional inspectors and the factory laws were amended to more thoroughly p.otect t'ie health and live . s.orkers. These amendments have been practically nullified by the failure of the ? ?- Senate te confirm either John Mitchell or James M. Lynch, nominated to he Commissioner of Labor. This department >s now in .1 Hertinr,tli;ed condition. The resignation of Commissioner Williams and toe decision of the Court of Appeals hold? ing the appointment of M- Mitchell to be illegal have left the department without Jtn executive head. Thee ?s no one in authority to make the appointments provided for by the amended law to make promotions in th. department. The outlook .s e?.tremely c'iscouraginq to waqe earners, many of w'.om , are not particularly interested in the outcome of the struggle for supremacy in the Democratic party. There .s no indication that these deplorable condition? will soon be remedied. Months may elapse before the Department of Labor can be re? organized SB contemplated by the amende,1 law. It seems most unjust that the waejg earner?, of the State, who are entitled to and need the protec? tion of the labor statutes, should become the innocent victims of political strife. We believe thai the political leaders could well afford to place the Department of Labor in a neutial Bone and continue their warfatc else? where, if necessary. i rttatlve h? ad to t?o- ot waa t> n-lii g ' .-? it through il ? P" nlblllt) "f ?!? s ? lopins .. com \', h* n i ???? ? ' ' Octobei il?- situation will be m ''?s* to the gre 11 number of sddltlo?aal rsqulrements whi? ?i it ssii' i?- the dut) "f in department t?> ?tif.ii . n. w Les.?, i.? Bald, ' are se. s i t: m,:.-! i, but "i soma <? bcI they ap* ?irenils- r.eed t" !"? am? ri'li-l aiel made . . mor? ? ?? sn I h* s- pro?, ide th ?t buildings over four stories used foi fa* tory purpoaMH shall be fireproof. This Blnghamton a? toi y a a - foui s1 a p? arentl] the law should be sjrnended to Include ?buildings of four, or posadM) tin.-, atoiiea it is poMlble tb.it .ill I.n (ms bulldlnga should . ?? made Hreproof \i ans r.iie the !.. s? s ahould I ? ?? 11 fected as to prevent ebeolutel) such catastrophes." Prances Perkins, executive ecretary of the committee, ss.-nt t?> Aii.an> lasi night m i?-?..?i?l t?? ii.? proposed atnendm ni i.'I tile committee ll.l.l I "<|ll? ?t' 'I : l|. Oovernor to Betid Immedlatel) a bin Is - . i ' i ? -11 r i K the I ?? !| i I-?!'. ? amend the labor law so it ss-m provide f..r the iir.-pr.'..i ei ? I? -.ni i l al I* a ? on* ?.t.iiissiis in i.ii bulldlnga u ei :?>? The <'ominiiiee on Bafetj ..t t.,. citj --i N'ess l'ork, in ,i atatemenl laeued laal night, i"?iiit??i ?mi thai "tha Blnghamton Sre hsa ? Ionsis sbi.ssn the dan ? whi?-ti may ?tin <?< ?r 11 r < ,*? t tb? workers In los?, factor. I'tni.in ga r? cauat ol th that In the l?gislation i ?- etitls pa ?.?1 < In . . a spi' lu i i lau ai ted os.-r it... prates! "i the I'otomftte* on Bafet? exempting buildlnai .oui ?torlei m heigh I and undei from the ? puremenl Ol the lass that MM stairs? BSOt, 'm ?????is- building us?.?i f..r manufacturing ? impon?? should i? Inctooed m a Hreproof partition." The itatemenl continues "Th?re are thousands of buildings us..I I for factors purpoeae la Nen ...rk city 1 whl.h are as ?l.inur?! "us um OT Worse than the Blnghamton faetory, and then are hundreds la the Btnaller dtles throughoui lb? ntate. A rei>..tltl?.li of tb!? disaster may oeeur at any tim.- There Ig still time, however, for the loglststllia to cor? rect thla action before the law win, ii ???T.-. ti?.'?*. I the burden ol r? , blllt) up ' lead? "The commit) ?? ed the O [lately a b ti. brs of the Lei ? am. nd the law li .... ? one ? i. in tors pin p..?-. if people -?i ?? n? i"- a lowed to work in buildings there must ht ' n" ?? h provide? l : the exits provided must be .-.. safeguarded ss to be "i ty*o m ? m. t k? '? DEATH ROBS^?F FORTUNE Marino Would Have Inherited $1?5,000 at End of Term. Phliadi Iphla, Jul) 3 siupmat. m "t \\ iii.m Maiitn, a young marine win. died In a hospital hers Monda) night, declare thai he wg ? oi.i the we ilthlesl <?" list? ?'? man In the i >nit< ?i States .\:?v\. The) declare thai he was s bem ii< r the w m of in,, u,. :,, u ho died m si Louis, i.. ih. . m. ni ,.i U66 "? pro \ Idi 'i he complet? ?! hi . nllatment, a in- h would i.. ? expti ,i i.. .t Beptembei An autops? ? sa pei foi med fb-d. ' to dli ?" er th.- . au ? ?-i Martin * death li? waa i??un.i dying m the Tenderloin ? n- n Ici and i? !?..i\?? been ??> victim oi knockout drope The result ??t ih.- autopa) will be made pub? in- at ih.- Inqui at, ? hlch n ill he held to III.?I 1 ou ..I I ; .i. Mai im w.i . stta? bed to the battit ihip nectlrut Hla le.me a ? - m \ >..ii N ? POLICEMAN ACCUSED BY WOMAN ? 'oiiiplaiiwii-' that two p.Mu ...men held her w till.- a cit) marshal and two ? > ants removed the furniture from her home, at No 07 KsSt H"_th Street, Mrs Sarah l'ri.e lokl Lieutenant Hawley, of i . i ., ,t lOtth iti ? el |*ollc? station, yee? terday thai he had been roughl) treated I by th. ohVera and that |M which she ha?i concealed under the mattress <>f a ... ,i had disappeared. Several other women corroborated Mrs Price about th?? rough treatment. An Instalment house ha.I Obtainsd an order foi the re? nn n o? the furniture. SULZER SAYS DOT WAS HE 10 MURPHY Asserts Even Greater Catas? trophe Is Invited by Labor Department Hold-Up. 'UNTRUE,' REPLIES WAGNER Senator Calls Fire a Lesson to Upstate Manufacturers Who Had Plants Exempted. [Freea resp ndenl >.t Th?? Tribune 1 Albany, Julj ... Th?? Blnghamton ire diasater wss seised upon b) Governor Sul/.er to-day a.*? another weapon In In? light with Tammany The Governor as? sorted ihsl Tammany Hall and Charlas i-' Murphy should be heM respot for th?- ?lisasu-r becsuse the Tanunsny rontrolled s.-n.-it.- had refused t<> conUrm his appoint Labor Commlsstoner, ?I John Mitchell and later Of Jam? ?? M L? n? h "The people understand the ques? tion," said the Governor. "They will hold Mr. Murphy responsible. "It is a sad commentary," he con? tinued, "on the present condition of the Stite Labor Department, which is ; tied up so that it cannot execute the laws on the statute books to prevent these traqed.es. The fact is that Mr. Murphy will not permit his Senate to confirm the nomination of Mr. Mitchell or Mr. Lynch?not that he can say j anything against these men, who are peculiarly qualified to do the work, but because he can't make me name his man for the pi.. I ..t..r Robert _* \V;?r'-'!. nasjsrlty li sdei ind Tsmra -man. de noun? ???! -*- tl it the dtaastsr lue o? th?* fallur* to confirm Lynch'a sppointment a. being "as untruthful and ally gli of Um I from the ? **? cntlvs . baraber hourly." w sgm r's i ? Jolnd r li luded analysis of the laws affecting fact? and sever? .I those mamifact n sought and ? rom th. ni i law fo ?to four stoi li i und? r the plea l factories would ate the THangk The -???'? i ia I. ? t. on the ground that n .?:.? too < Ircum .?.. ribed, an : bet ause h oas of life in Blng? hamton waa due more to panli th.?n Drastic, but Not Enough So. John Will "f l.at.nr until tl tl il tl ? Blnghsmtoi ? Idad i . en the stringent men-led and i >t the i-?-**' j ? did BOt S' i nough. 'The law win? h wi effect on ? "-t?.h, r 1 next." said Ml ft UlSB ; Ihsl .ill fa? torle?* of mor.#thiin four all ha\e Rreproof Incloeures for their fted, the law speeified that a fsctorls I srhst ??ver height she but the upstate man sought ? tilted an amen-dmeni i ins the application of that .section t torj bulldl ? ?? th.n f This lalnly demon-it rat?*? th ?' th?*ir srgument that smallei ;? v- would - - duplicate th?- Triangle horror. "Every : ? . I ..o: ior Is I in the mind I I t?. m.. v more stringent By the ?- ? si ? ' Itkm will a Mr. Wlll'ai ? 1er ol ras noi within the la? a?, it now *'??. within \? 111. . - In vl? a of the ana given by Mi v.. ?ether with it? application to the Blnghamton ileaater, ?. wo'ii'i it ? this ? vtt ? .n.ii 'o prevent i loea of life d law, if we had -? ce U." tti ?- : itli ' ?? naibll It) to thi Ta ama y ret - ? ? bim hiaJ_aboi i lommlsaloner. "But Mr. WlUlai . gw Bi r the ni'.ie ?J. a lu? h K1"-? int" ettet t October ? ihe unton t-1 ? ? previ nt .. similar ?o?? ot Ufe," the < *.'.'. ? i nor a aa told <;.-,ernoi Bulsei th? said thai he sroul i kok Into the matter, S.?m, . _ igi ou ? i rl< nda were urging him ? to i ? ? .-mn.? nd an amend mi i ,??. providing for Incloaed stair? . tortea and aakii -_ him to drop his attach on the B .? on th? appointment mattai it i - espci ted, none tin* leas, Governor will not deviaU from his pi?? ? m coures, but will oontiaue to hoi?i th? Labor Commissioner appointment to front Aft. ?? gam i tin- that the Pli gh tmton lei ?ai:? made po .a 1-- by thi lock with Tammany, the Governor ?? on i?? >a> "it t.-? o?a- of the prime objei is of the Btate Labor Departaaanl to satabilab ami maintain conditions that will inuk>- im ???i- such s heartrending to as that which occurred la Blnghamton yeeterday. it ?corna thst the rrtangls Bhlri wuiat lire of 011 has bean aim?.?! duplicated Ul all it? mo i l.omli. features, snd ysl It was this Triangle Shirt Waist Compan) (ire which directly led t?> the appotntmeat ?>i the Wagnet Inveetlgatlng committee, charged with the dut) of Investigstlng the csuse ??i thai I tiro, and of rsnommsnilini leglalatlon eel? culatsd i.? prevent such tragedJ? -. In the fuiLi??.. this committee ?ii.i recommend appropriate leglalatlon foi the ?better pro? tection of the lives of factor) employe*, and m pursuance ??f these recommends , liona laws wen i asead last ? ear, an.i additional laws this year, providing for s | more rigid Inspection ol factories an?i mu?" adequate Bre escsi as "But labor legislation is valueless without an efficient Labor Department to enforce such legislation. I have no hesitation in ?eying that had the nom? ination of Mr. John Mitchell as Laboi Commissioner been promptly confirmed conditions might have been established which would have prevented the Bing? hamton horror. "The law reorgenizing the Labor De? partment which was passed thia year provided for the appointment of sixty additional factory impectora. jn% work of these inspector? is sor?|y needed, but the Labor Departm?nt without any head and without a fir?t deputy, is paralyzed. "No one haa authority to make tha appointments which should be mads, and the lives and health of the was? workers of the state must remain in peril because, forsooth, Charles p Murphy is not permitted to telect ? Labor Commissioner instead of tha Governor of the state. "Wicked Delay in Senate." 'In a message to the Senate to-day | urged that the nomination of James M Lynch ai Labor Commissioner be ir_. mediately confirmed, to the end that th? demoralized condition of the Labor D?. pertinent mifrht cease and that thi amendments to the labor law ?pasoed tHi? rri?Kht be properly SttfOrced for thl protection of the lives and health _?_ ?general welfare Of abe ssorklr.g men and w< men ol lbs state. Th . * for> unnecessary and wicked delay of tr,_ Benate in causing the present demoral ;... .i condition of one of the most im ?portant ?-?apartments In the state may ???. suit ?it ratamltles more fearful even than that of reeterday. __xp?erienca htrsheag that smployera of labor will not properly lives and health of their ampl pt through the inter.?-. tion of the state. Every humanitarian Inatlncl and ? justice le outraged bj the Ignomlatees '??to th<- boas who controls the Leglstatu<*e.N nator Wagner, as chairman ..f th? state factory Invaatigating comadasi which ?began Its work on the heels of the Ti la ?? ister in .*?? ? an. nounced to-day that he ?ouirl head a aut?-commlttee of the commission to at ten.i th?? Coroner's Inquiry on ?he nina bam ton Are. He blamed th? upstate man? ? * milder restrictions or. .- ?? \ew fork tVegncr, after dcnouir-in. as '?ir,rr_th ful ami malicious ?-ll.er'a i -mon ? -jy to the failure of th? Senats to confirm bin sppotntment of t ?'ommis ?loner ?>f Labor, ".ntinued: : from rnmrnlssjaeai Williams. Who ' tment of L end proper I j and thai th* te i ? "i aupervii any othei _ a, . .. Commenting rt that the Mre, c;ga -, the amis* - :nak m? ' ? and I fac? -?ries . ? for ? :iis In all : Lesson to Manufacturers. This Is a Btartll h-? ?_.d. "to upetate au ra who have *r gued I ? ?' . ? the amaller cltl? Htlon of i it our - ?nera ... the City oi Nee \ ? i k ?? lorn; bt.it' ???Tort i bot ? ? . pro tec t loi , , ? . ?la depart? ? ? ? . . ' ' d. "St ? ? ? TI la depart ' re drill. ? iban : I ? B MUTINY FOLLOWED FIRE. Convicts Refused to Obey Keep? ers?Riot in Sing Sing. - ? - ?. and third term pn -, ? . : th? - - ? had been i them rmlsh at ? ? . at* their way 1 Th?? trouble ' r*o?-*d s. ?? hut I? ?! 11 ??nt the room mans ?-..:?? ? ? - thai** ?. sent to 1 ? -.ored tha tir.- ? up the ruins it eras lBI| ?? Bible. Keep* them ? to their ??-u?, bul Not a pi laonei mo :s of .: d ss.,s greeted with *i?*ry .-.iiiy . i however, ind a ? ss-ere lo* k.-.i up bedlam s? .?.elr s ell i con) in h"ur. ? dinner there a ei a . whei the i* sldtrant ? as a ;.?r the north gate, B '*? buriii'il 'ni,- pris* ? ? atoprwd by -i .??rong guard and on their ! th? Ir cells, it i- aald, sscr.- ? I roam ..????it the > u li ? !oni_BUghtOn Bald he had ??'?'! i?i.?n>' ?'. b.-liltl- _ Both admitted that tii-r. a ior complainl at tha quaUty of the I : b"t Bald li ss-.is due to the < -oi na~ Ing tb. lt;> Tatagrai h lo Tha I Ibsaa 1 Ubai '-'im B !??"?? ?:-lte Bupei Int* i.dent of Prisons, aftet ?? "*?'" phone .Mutilen.? ssitu WardM Claacyal ?Ing Bina i-i'i-s.'i! ? ?-'i to-t ?h* State Controller'a holding up m?_oe* tat the transl.'r Ol '.. - pi is..cm .- I ' I :t< Blng to A -"?i: a waa the : **? NI r. a! Mng Blng on T Clane) rep* ?rted that the blase had be? st.n tul b) one of the eanvtcts Bcbedssad for Lranef? r to A.ul urn ?He said i""1 ? ' ii.s.iiiai.is ?prota i ag ilaai Iransfsr, ? n ssb.'ti it mai better their condltloaa sal he believed thai soma man dellberatshj start* 'i ths m? He ??.?.?! he i o iM rtD<1 la ts\? -.is -r - The n.ii- ? in?'!i to Auburn and slat, o? Qraet Meadoa rn?"-, ??' Cots* Btock, was scheduled for Fridas, but ?* i* [ues. nted when Michael I. Walek, Dsp* uts Controller, ruled that Kiles's term -' efike t- iiniii.it.'.i when the Legislature had l?t en In ?xtra ?esslon tss.-nty ?lay^ ?Walsh b.l.l that Kiles '? i,|'[...iiitliierit H Clancy, and kenee kla srdes 1er the ti?n? f"r of prison? is. ss.is illegal. Kiles- erderad Claaoj to?nlgkt t<> ar* range ssub the New fork rentrai Bsil* road l" bast- the prisoners transported on credit, and ?'lam y hegan negotiations for their Immediate transfer.