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bee trytag U ebew krmeelf late eternity. He tkliMkMff m this time tha Mm Frlek was WkM to Oitl " uM limdM HiUtw. potitlag to the fulminate cap. ... MTkV akaekled Baekmea; I Aoa-, Aoa-, Aoa-, tatv M it to 7 et year taiitMi what that to." - Beth Si th MP hlM ilMlBM mHt knitted by the police te sa expert IrtmM M4 expteeivee. He eald uu either ef theaa eeatelaed expleelve matter la cafaeteat aaaa- aaaa- tity i Mew a ia'1 kM eST ale iknitoi wita-eat wita-eat wita-eat dlstarmag bla she taeee. Aftar tee discovery of tee amp la Baehmaa'e eeath k tH Utit ItU a mU and etrlppaa t Mm skin. Hi aadcrshtrt wm foaad I be v- v- ered wttk Mr. Frier a bleed. There were alee bUd fUlH ea ale arm vara. FeUee eeperia- eeperia- teaeeat iMare, wbe.weeettae reees whoa tee sbeetlag occurred, bet vhe nai late tewa poet beeta waea ha heard the news, eaperi a teaded the aeeeed scare of tha pctooaor. Hie hair, ear. aa4 teas vara eeerebed. bet wttbeet reeelt, (Mate bought Beebmea a aew suit af naderojothee. Whoa stripped taa araak waa A fctSlaeehlra,Ba4 wela-eedllS wela-eedllS wela-eedllS peeede. He waa el deader frame end aaeved a evtdeaee af having beea eegeged la a leborieaa eoeepe- eoeepe- tie. BU Upa ware thick, kta aoee Urge, aad be wee a typical Beeataa Jew ia eppcaraeoo. Hie lever up waa divided la the eeaire la a evaaaar which gave t It a ueag recembleaee ta a kere 'lip. Who arret tea Beefcmaa'e appearaBce waa tkat ( a elerk, He vere a clerical white cravat ao4 a stead-ap stead-ap stead-ap cellar. He la abeat twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one yeara ef ace aad apeeka ICagliek with a alight He waa retleeat after kto enact- enact- aad declined te talk maeb. either te tbe rapertera or to the police eaeial Tke police ka4 tried lneffeel-r lneffeel-r aU te al freai alat kla MewYerk addreee, aoate parvleaien aboat almaeif aad aomalfclni of kka moveaieaU ataee raaebUff PHUbarf. -What -What did yem akeet Mr. frlek fori" waa aaked. i " I aappoea yaa kaew." waa kla reply. I Oa baia aaaared taat a moUTe waa ap aareat. Jteokaiaa aaid : " I earn a here free kTe v- v- Yerh te klU rlek, kaoaaae he la aa aaamr of the peeple." ' Taa doe ion wko kad eeaa nraaoBed frotn all dlreetieaa heaa to arrtTO at Mr. frtek'a ettloa vlth the departare of the effleara with their priaoaer, the araak. Barcmaaa er Beekaiaa. aad foil dexea vara aeea la atteadaaee la eaarae ef Ic Ilekaea. Tha lajared Baa vae lifted freai tae floor te a eola, aad a kaatr - aiamlaatlea waa made af kla weaada. Tea akeu kad entered abeat the eeee ef the (keU. eae aa each aide. Oae wee fereed eat betweaa hla ahealdera. aad the eiker kad lodired aadar hia aheolder Made. It waare-ajoTd waare-ajoTd waare-ajoTd after eoaaldereble probtna There vere three eate ea kla eedr, tve Juat belev the armplte ea the rUht aide aad eae lover dewa. Thar are not eoaaldcred aertoua. II vae at arat theacbt that the ballatvoaada were daairereaa. but aaeaeqaent axamlaatloa led tke phyaiolaaa te beUere that tear were aat aaeeeaarUr Satei mor m,n h7 Uk! ta frereeo. Mr, Prick at no time leat aoaaeleaaaeae. The Jihjralelaaa wetted w put the pattest aadar the Baa dc ef ahloreforai. bat ha oriented, earla that he vaa able te ataad tha eperatloa. He talked verr fraelr vlth the doctor, aad told ail abeat tfae vounda aad where he thought the Italia eatered aad led r ad. I Tae aarffeoaa besaa the uak ef probing, aad, after tve hoars' warn, floeilr aaeceedad la fi-traetlmt fi-traetlmt fi-traetlmt the ball that had lodjred auder toe f boulder blade. Ames the Oral ef Mr. Frick'a fatally to atrlre vaa Mra. Cblloa, a relatiTe or kla wue. Uthara ef hla famtly eania and aeveral ef kla fneada, among them J. B. boett Mr. Krlok algaed aeTeral lmportaat pepera darlag the afteraeeB, aad repeatedl aa-eerted aa-eerted aa-eerted that he vaa aot daageroualy hurt. He alee dictated aoma detalla el the maaatcemaat af the Hemeatead ateel plant. Talcgrama were aeatteAadrew Ceraagie. wko la la MaoUaad, glrlag datalla ef the analr. : Baehataa deelarea to-Bigkt to-Bigkt to-Bigkt that hia right same la Alezaadar Berkmaaa aad tkat Baakman la aa allaa, krt H. C Frlek la eompletelr proatrated ever the atteek made apoa bar hoebaad'a lite. IsaaMdlatelr after the ahootlag a traated t rlend waa dlapewhed from the geaeral elllaea la tkla ally to Mr. Friak'a heme la tae Kaat Cad ta break tha nawa te kla Wife. The tldlaga were so aver ad to her aa aaatlr ae peaelble. aad altheugh the ex-teat ex-teat ex-teat ef her kuabaad'a lajurlee vere aoleldad freai her. the wlfa aeeaied te haTe a premeal-tlea premeal-tlea premeal-tlea ef the veratb aad vaa eTaroeme. whaaher aaaJetp kad aubalded aha laa:ated apoa felag te the aide of her veuaded hua-bead hua-bead hua-bead at aaee, but vaa prerailed oa by bar ralaUraa aad frianda te reutala at home, they aeeartag bar thai her hoi bead' Inlurtee ware bat alight hheiaalated upoa learalag the fuU datalla ef the dreedfal lueitleat, aad a type-wrtttea type-wrtttea type-wrtttea aaeeaat el the eeeurreaee waa aeat out treat the leva alhee at tha dlreetloa of ear hua-baad, hua-baad, hua-baad, vhe, la hla aoUoltada te allay her anxiety, forget kla evaaaftertaga, and aaaared her that he vaa aet aerleualy h art. : At 7:44 e'eleek Mr. Prlok waa ramored ta aa aatbaiaaee ef the Moray Hoapltal to hla bona at feaa aad Hesoewood Aveauea. During the earlier part ef the evealag ee?aral attempta had beea made to traaaiar the voanded Irea : klac W hla heme, bat aet until the third attempt did tbeee ta charge aaeeeed. The exoltemeut diuiag thaaa aaarta te take Mr. trlek away waa lnteaee. When at ft o'olook It became nolaed abeat that Mr. Frlek waa abeat te be rauiored the aaaeatblage abeat the buiidlag where hla dice la. availed like uagie an til at leeat UOQ pea pie, xsea aad aeya. with a fair iprtok-ling iprtok-ling iprtok-ling of vemea aad fir La. aurroaaded the baudlac 't Abeat de'cleok the amboiaaoedroTe up to the aatraae. . Aaelataat Superintendent Daa ellraa el the Felloe Depart ma at vaa an hand vtlh a aauad at oOoera. bat tbelr endearore te dle perae tke are vd proved fruitieea. Finding tkat It weoia ae lajpeeaiBia to remove tne woaaoea IBaa aafely threagk anoh a throag. Oapt BUtub qaletly ordered the aabolanee away, with la-atraetleaa la-atraetleaa la-atraetleaa te thoaa la charge to return at 7 e'eleek. i This waa dene, bat itill the greater pertloa af the crowd remained, knowing that the woaaded tsaa vai ttlli In tha buUdlng aad hollering that aaether auantpt weald be made to remove him. They vere atlli determined te get a Urn pea et him. The erewd refaaed. deaplte police erdera. to dlaperea. It vae aUU plala to be aeea that the remeral eouid aet take place vlth each a orowd At thla tan stare Cant 811 ma kit noon an Idea. It vae to drive te the rear el the building. In order temuuead the crowd of eoneoa apeeta-tore apeeta-tore apeeta-tore aad draw them from the treat te the rear) vlth the InipreaeioB that the removal weald take pleee through a aaek eatraaee. Tble had the daalred effset, aad while the eurioaa people were weteaiag tor the appearaaee ef the aroba-lanea aroba-lanea aroba-lanea ta the rear at the bonding, a Bank move, meat waa made, and at 7:40 e'eloek it again draw ap la treat et tha main entrance of tha Caraecle effloae. ' ! 1 haee la oharge ef the woaaded man had him la waiting ea the grouaa Boor, eaa la ave mla-awe mla-awe mla-awe after the am bulaaee had palled bp It waa a lu way with Mr. r'rlok to hla home la Herae- Herae- weoo. hoar pereeaa aoeempanled the woaaded man home. They were secretary Levajoy and inraa anrranaa Ir. Murdoek waa aeon to-alrht. to-alrht. to-alrht. He aald: I am et the oplaioa tkat Mr. frlek' weaada are eerloaa. However, I do not eonalder tkem neeoeeartir daageroua. The wounda la the neck are the meet aertooe. bat I don't think any of them vIM prove fatal. " ; Dr. Metfel lead aaid later that etther of tha two ballet weaada mlghr kava eaaaed death, but ae the belle had beea aeoeeafully extraeted ao eaty a eager now waa rrom innammauon. i rTrraauaa, Jaly , 1 A. M. At thla .hoar Mr. Frlek to reported aa reaUng aaelly. Hla pbyaieUna aad frteadi hava no apprahenaloa that ha wlU aet reoever. ; .TUB NEW8 AT HOMESTEAD. CBBTO HATE A BAD BrFKCT OB THB CACSS Of TBI 9TBIKBKS, f HovgJTBABk Faan., Jaly S3.-A S3.-A S3.-A ataft offlaer wearing Lieateaaat Celoaal'a hooider atrapa, ; aa a dead raa down the ateep kill tram dlrialoa haadqaarbara ta CaL Oraeae'a Frevoet Mar-ahaTa Mar-ahaTa Mar-ahaTa haadtaanara attraeted atteattoa at S.-OS S.-OS S.-OS e'aleek thla afteraoea. It waa Ueut CoL Bamael BartraaXVaeaet the former dlTlateaeoi ef the e-aard, e-aard, e-aard, John F. Hartranft Ha bora the : lateUlgeaee from UeL Merta. Aaelataat Adjataat : ueaerei. taa nr. f nea aaa aeon anea, ' eearealy had the UlermaUea been deU Tared : waea a beek beard ateppad at the feet at the kill aad two a mora Jumped te the rreaad aad raa harrtedly ap te CoL ureeaea healqaartere. They vere CaL U. K MeCielian. Qaartermaeter ; Uvaerei. aad CeL Ckambere MrAlbbla. : They : had ohm direct tram tke oemnear'a moo. i where a telephone meeeage from theOaraegta ; general aaee, en Firth Aveaae, nttebai,had ; bean waived repertlng that are aeeta bed I : kredr that three had eatered Mr. Frteka body; 1 that at rrek waa etui aura, vlth the ail eiaiaet aim. A iaaaat later aeveral emeara at tae Bath 'Begtateat arrived aad re ported that General bepenaaaadeat Fetter kad received a aver the telephone that hla ahlef waa d via-. via-. via-. la the me a lima the aew and agree threagk ; tha leva aad the earn p. The tategrapk emeee : peetad baUettaa, are aad whleh earteaa erewda 1 gethered. White kere aad there aa eipiooiUa aepienae' IM eevareiy ameaaiafia , keerd. net a armpaihetia expreeaiea i nttered tor thevtettm. ; Knem of etnkera gathered aa eeraera dlaeaea- dlaeaea- lag the ptaba bill ilea aad the aavet ea the gea- gea- l alto anea ateet ec aaem agree a taat it waa : a good tkiag tee them that Daqaeeae had ahat : dewa reeierdar. hiaeae -thla -thla thtaa might hart them. They were eeeneeal that Braddeek , weald g avt. aad tha aeattmeat wee expreeeed that aa Ms, Frtefc had bee the aeaee et many : deethe klmaalf. It waa retrlbatlve jaeUeethat he aheaid die aaruc a atrike : mpitatad. ec i aalarht aredaeo apoa tae i et Hera WUummtil aad Keee. They weald giro - Hagbey." aa they eeii him. a damaaetrer tiam aad m. f----m. f----m. f----m. f----m. f----m. f----m. it be were bailed bet aoaee et the wleer heed dieeppreved et i ea the greamd taat it weeua ee tlm far the aaawdee ef Ma. Frlek. - Bat, whue the etrtkere were Una talktng. tka beet theaeht la H aeaee teed lewarded toe at tempted aeeeeeraatteai ta bat ewe light, that It wee the aeveteet a alatlen kad reaalvad. for. no altar waa the spahet atikt be, bba weaiaVhATvM the reopeaaibtuty tor ttaatte geaeral pab- pab- le mlad. I . , The aewaapraad ttrewgh the earn p with aa aleetrf eel effect. With la twenty mlnatee every tram a brigade eommeader te taa auacaea eaaUkia. had kaerd at It and bad eemmeated apoa it. ieldiera waa vara komeelck In tha meraiag new amy aaxea an epportaaity tor preveeettea that they might teeck the atrikera that the Feaaaylvaaia Batteael Ueard main tained t lu aUeeiaaee and reepeeted It oath te taeCemmeaweeit. Whatever leteat ay mpetny had ex la ted for the atrikera wee obliterated, tan meera aad regimental eemmaadera ae eerted that martial law aagkt to be declared, aoate malatalaed that a aeaae-to-heoaa aeaae-to-heoaa aeaae-to-heoaa aeaae-to-heoaa aeaae-to-heoaa eaerch oght te be made for arme aad maifltloea of war. All thought that the caoae ef the atrikera had raeelved a eheek from whteh It eeald net peeevek. ' A aaaiber of officer declared tkat Oev. Fattl-aon Fattl-aon Fattl-aon ahoold pat the town aadaf martial law, aad that the company aheald at aaee aweac oat aayw here Iron 200 to S0O warraau agalnat the rtag laadere ef the atrike and land tkem in 10 Plttebur Jail. ; "There kaa been boa ma oh ereeraaM b atlaa la thla buelaeee eald a Cetoael ef eae ef the regV meata, i The treepa have been here nearly tve weeka, i With what reaalt I .The company hea reae Baleen. - The nerd haa per forated it 1 duty aad nothing haa been aeeompUabedL iiov. Fettleoav admlu that bad i be aet been dceetred by - tbe trtkart be weald net have made the delay be did la ordering eat tbe guard. The oompaay or the eberur ought te proceed to extremee and eettle the boaiaeea. That can only be done by arreeuag the leedera of tbe rtot la a body." There vere not maay Homestead leedera la teva te-day. te-day. te-day. 1 Many ef them had gone to Fitte- Fitte- burg te 100k arter Hagh U'Donnetra tnai, aaa mere had gone te Dnqaeene ; ta cheer the atrikera there. Tbeee vae vere left vere deter mined te give O1 Donna 11 a mae-nlaoeat mae-nlaoeat mae-nlaoeat veioeme v hea be arrived. CeL Ureead, the Frovoat MarabaL however, declared that there weaia be no parade end ne gathering of ettlaena, for he had givea erdera te the mUltary te dlaperea 'IiMI a linll.tt. waa neaiad that (TDon- (TDon- neU would be balled, aad Cel. Greene directed the Deputy BherlOa te watob tna traine te pre-vaataay pre-vaataay pre-vaataay daatoaatratloa. aad to call a pen him for relaroreemeata ahould the atrikera re-let. re-let. re-let. A a bear later word vea received thet 0Doa-neil 0Doa-neil 0Doa-neil would remain la Jail till Monday. An aged woman called at the ; Frovoat Mar-ahai'a Mar-ahai'a Mar-ahai'a teat at S e'eleek vlth a complaint - Her ton la aa aaelataat to Superintendent Corf and deelrea te re tare te work. Hell a hundred tiiker kave waited upon him had threatened that. konld ho attempt to relara, be would be Peetea Hia motaer eeiiea upon col wreeae to aaoortalaT what eoald be done. The CoIoboI directed her to are tbe BBerlff. Tbe Sheriff. la turn, Infonued kef that awar-raat awar-raat awar-raat moat be obtained on Information from tbe Burgee, which, at tola ataga of tbe game, meane nothing. I value tbe Ufa ef my boy too highly to kave klm killed on me aov," aaid tbe woman. A he could get no red reea except through the ft uric ess. vho la frlendlr to the atrikera. ahe left the tent mnoh east dovu. That Homestead la hardly a -peaceable -peaceable and orderly town te proven by thtaidemonatrhtloa agalnat the widow' eon, by the- the- brutal beating oi tne non-union non-union non-union man aiciatoin yeataraay. aad by the threat upon - railway . aieir vho may attempt to move eara y Into or from the Carnegie work. To-day To-day To-day engineer oa tbe Pernio y end Fan-handle Fan-handle Fan-handle roads bare been warned that their live will pay the for feit auould they: awitoh a alngla ear In the In terest of tha Carnegie Company. xne tnxo la tne Doqacane were i a e 01 area to bo a ftxtare by the Homestead men. who confidently confidently predict that on Moaday morning a great ' disturbance will be aeea. -and -and that In ten daya tbe Bradiloek mill ; will hut dawn. Naallovaaee la made by them far tbe effect of the attempted aasaatlnatloa of Mr. Frlek.:' Thl morning CoL Elliott of Gen. Onov- Onov- den's teff went to Duqneana on a recon-neltering recon-neltering recon-neltering expedition, and on hla -; -; return return the full ' troops of eevelry started out to Impress tbe people of Oliver, where the Duqneene vorka are eltuated, with tbe power ef military. Tha troops mustered l&O treng aad presented a fine spectacle aa tbey paaaea over toe uiu in tne rear et aiviaion keadqnartera. BERKUANN AN ANAECHIST. TOO i RADICAL IK HIS TIKWS TO OIT ALOHO W(TH HIS FELLOWS Bill. Berkmann, or. as tha Pittsburg police call him. Baehthan, tha Bnwlan Jew, who thotMr. friok. 1 an Anarchist, nnd several yedttago worked at hla trade in thla etty en the FrtiKeil, tbe organ ef the Anexohlata, edited by John Moat Aa aueh, he waa a mamber of German Typograph ical Union No. 7, now known aa International Typographical Union Xo. 427, Many Of the members ef thla onion, are radical Socialist or out-and-ont out-and-ont out-and-ont out-and-ont out-and-ont Anarebleta, and Berkmann was one et the moot rabid and aBcompromlslag olthe lot. tterkmaaa peiievea la muraeriog capitalists vhe bouid refuse to give up their property. Ho vae reported to have laid that II a capital istic employer ebduld refuse to yield to the demands demands of hla employe, and it be. Berkmann. had anything to tar In the matter, he vould go traignt to tne employer ana snoot aim aova. Berkmaaa'a fanaticism. It vaa aald. alarmed evea hla associates on the trttArti, and even JobniMoat himaelf. They leafed he might get them : all into trouble by oma aet of violence. They get him ta resign hi position, and ha vent to ev-uaven.' ev-uaven.' ev-uaven.' vnere no worked an a pnater. Aftar leaving Sav-Haven Sav-Haven Sav-Haven Baehman vant to Elizabeth, where he vorked In tbe blnger aew-iag aew-iag aew-iag maohlna factory. While there he tolned what 1 known aa the Penkert group ef Anarch-late, Anarch-late, Anarch-late, who are dittlngalahed from the Moat; type ef anareblata la that they believe In every, Individual member leek lag after himaelf aad eetailag hla ewa quarrela and letting every one els go to the dogs. ? From Ellxabeth Backmu returned to Sew- Sew- York. but did not Buceeed In getting work, and again left He kaa aot been aeea by hla frleade here alnoe that time. Tbe Anaroblsta In this elty were dlalnellned to talk about him yeater- yeater- dey.!' i - li i . MLV FEICK'3 BUSINESS CAREER. AFTIR THE SBOOTIKG Bl SAID TH K j icOMPAMT ' WILL BTABD TlHtU Pitwbcbo, July 23. Henry Clay Frlek to a typioal American, baring risen ; from ebaenra ceaatry Ufa until ha reached taa :ead et two or tna greatest cor poration la the United Btatee by hia own if effort, ! tnduatry. and abtlltlea Hla position ae Chairman of the Carnegie Steel Company nnd President and principal etock holder of the 'H. C Frlek '5 Coke Company waa attained by atrugglea aa great as any that ever; accompanied tbe attainment of greatneae la pelltloal Ufa. ; i f i Daring hla comparatively abort career. Mr. Frlek kaa displayed both genld and conspicu ous tburege, thoagh not of the kind to oU forth plaudita from the crowd. It to as a business maa thatl ha to prominently distinguished. reepeeted, and feared. In hla Intercourse with men! hla manner haa alvayi'beea eharaeter- eharaeter- toad with buttnest llka Clrectnea. r Ha la ;eourteou -even -even ta .affability.- .affability.- bat ne one who visited aim at hla offloo waa encouraged encouraged to waste kto time. Alwaya easy of aeoes during hla hours; at hla efiloe. Mr. Frlok t ne time j dunag tha present trouble thought It aeeeeeary to take extraordinary precaution to i 'aeeara hla paraonal aafety. The night after tka riot outf at Homestead hla ilieuae vaa guarded By tve peolai efUoera, and for tve er three daya (trance men, evidently deteeUvee. were noticed aboat hla emeee, bat ef lata taey kave d leap peered, aad It to aald Mr. Frlek concluded that the xeitemeai waa abating and their - cres- cres- ence: vaa nnaeeeeaary. He went freely to aaa ire among aia oaaiaeae naaoeiaiei ae tower pen o tae city, aaa to nia aeuee, are mUed away in the suburbs, with eat attendance, aad Boomed to iaagb at tha aotlon that a free Amerteaa eltlxea needed to guard himself from aaaaealaaUoa, area Ueugh an Iroa baron aad a aeke kiag. . . 1 Hla trleada warned klm te te more careful, and kola eald te have received a number ef aaoaymeaa threatening letter dally, but he peia ae asteauoa to either versing er threats, and tha aeaeearn' buUete avartoek him to-day to-day to-day largely becauae oi hla awn moral eoarag. T Mr Frlek aald whoa ha broke en aerotiatlaaa with the Wage Oemmlttee ef tke Amalgamated Aeeeeletloa: " It haa become a aeeaoa whether the Cexaegte Oompaay er the Amalgamated Ae-aeelatlea Ae-aeelatlea Ae-aeelatlea shall run the plant at Homestead, Sad we kave decided to ran It ourselves." He re-Iterated re-Iterated re-Iterated tale deelaratiea te-day te-day te-day waea lying weaaded. aa all believed, ante death, on 4 sofa la kla kaadaemaly-fnmiaaed kaadaemaly-fnmiaaed kaadaemaly-fnmiaaed private ernoe, I He aald tha aesaalt npe him would make aa difference la the policy el tbe compear toward eg aire at Hemeatead. Tale Irea implacability la parault et a purpoee aaee decided apoa has alwaya akaraeterUad tka man. OrgaaUed lebo regards, klm as lu tee from vanity aae.! eapriee, t bat aU who knew- knew- Mr. Frlek are eoariaeed that ke la I tally pereaaded of : the Juetlee at the aitia thet a aum aheald be free te aaaaece hla emav aaaae ae aait ajmeeii. ana taat he belle vea hla oppeeinoa te traaea uaioae to be rested la ngasoeae are pnaeipiea. leipiea. $ , . raa heard to 'aay aa tha ostot klm right te he ahet by a worklnarman waa ao-nigat: ao-nigat: ao-nigat: -eerveft -eerveft him right te be abet lie 1 Baaelaa Jew I He wee a Fete, and kaa snslki theaeaado at -pauper -pauper Folia laborers lata the Hitrr." . . 1 . u-, u-, u-, rrtk to ganerally eredlbbd the feet taat tae meterlty at Uborere employed ee minora mmm, ceuwenen ta tae vpaneuavuia region are ! Slav aad Hongartaaa. He andeobteilly arewgat maay at them to the vegtea. aat to by ae meeja respeaalbM tot the pre aaee at JbrlV- JbrlV- The Unas took place before tha SoaeoUdattea el tha were Wm t plaata aaee Frtek'a maaacemeat, aad hardly aaaperetee la the regie leUed te attempt te breei aay atrlbpa he leaad ea hla haa da by tha we et see leveiaTBerat , , Fravleas ta tha aaaaafa tka oentraet User aeke even aaech mere freeaeat thaa alaea taa era et lame eeaaalUatieaa. taeejrh af maoh proportion, aad the temptattea be break by brta cine ia forelgaera vaa very greet, r e Mr. rick ha beea deallag with atrlbas aad Striken aJaiost from tha beglnBlaf sf his boar-aee(aarea boar-aee(aarea boar-aee(aarea While he eperawd eaa aompara nveip email aeale, they, af coarse, attraetea little aeuee. aad aa he waa aemeUaaee defeated la tbeee lad as trial ware, he waa aet more gear e rally aecaeed ef a dlepoerUoa te eppreaa hla workmea fhaa aema af nia eompe titer la tha aeke: buaiaeea. Bat dartac tka Winter nnd "prtager IBS1 ee earred a atraggje which kaa beoma menaoraale ia tae anaaie er ergaauea labor, men aaa beoeme the dietater ef tbe eoke ladnatry aa far ae aa employer eeald dletete, whea eae ef the Baeet pert set ergaalsatteae ever formed by the Knlghte ef Labor leal-eaaly leal-eaaly leal-eaaly , giias-ded giias-ded giias-ded a a at ea till meata aa their priv ileges el 1 aphelding weaoe aad proven aag the dleeharca af men azeepl for what they eon aldered tost eeuse. It to aald that tha latter pretention waa what Mr. Frlok found meet gelling, gelling, aad 11 la charged thai for moatha he delib erately laid plane for tha deatraetiea at tha powarrai ergaaisotiea te wniea nia employee. Amerweaa aaa Toreigpers auxe. aeioagwa. that waa nia ebleoc he sncaoadod moat thor oughly. Ip. Aboat tha first af tka year a wage deduction waa deeleiad. aad aeea after a lockout followed. The latroduettoa ef aew men waa attempted, and net a loeenrred eimaltaaeoaely at three er four points. At the Standard Mlnee. near Mount Fleasant, the strikers attempted te invade the eomoany'a property and eight ; or ftea ef them were . ahet by the militia, eeteral dying. Cap. Lar, who gave the order to Ore. was tried for murder, bat ae- ae- Jiuitted. tinder tbe protection ol the troops a ew men were alerted to work, the weak-kneed weak-kneed weak-kneed nmoag tha atrikera gave in, aad the atrike was gradually Broken. it was nodaummar. however, before the works were In anything Ilka full operation, and whole sale evictions had to be resorted to ta break the any of the men. Thar lived In weeks aad In many easea four. amines huddled together la a a ar two room. At last tha eeomplUhed. The men all returned d tbe power ef the Kalchta et Labor waa ao completely broken thet only Ita remembrance remembrance bad remained. II there la aay organisation organisation among r tbe misers and eokara now It la carried on in tke strictest secrecy. ( cut motion Mr. Friok tnua broken np tha organisation organisation among hi employee In tbe eoke region. region. It 14 not seriously charged that he has since oppressed hla men, either In the mat ter Of wages or conditions of rmploy-went. rmploy-went. rmploy-went. Onj tbe contrary. It la admitted that he la altera aa ready to purchase aad put In petition In hla mine and aboat bis work appliances that eoaduoe to tbe health and afeiyl Of hla em Dior ea aa to Introduce aav others thai will enable blm to produoe coal and eoke mora ecoaomleallv. Ever nlant nurahasad by the Frlek Company haa been immediately lm- lm- prvrea in pom respects. in a recent ex-amlnatlon ex-amlnatlon ex-amlnatlon folio wing a fatal mine explosion It waa eonohialvalv eatahlUhed that tha Friek Company ht all Ita plants had more than ful- ful- nuea tne law aa regarded the taking or precautions. precautions. Every subordinate official la required to have each portion ol every mine In a aafe raodltloaj ar atop vork there until It Is made safe. Bvery mine la equipped with a perfect underground haulage ayatem, automat. e devices far - handling eoal above and below ground, a id tbe Illumination of tha mines to by electricity , Tbe hea Iqnarter of Mr. Frlok' great robe Industry ire at beottdale, where the company owns aim ire office buiidlag. Tbey have also office In Pittsburg, Philadelphia, and Sew- Sew- 1 ork.: Tab New-York New-York New-York offices are la charge of 8. L. oenoonruaker. who vaa formerly President of one of Lbe concerns absorbed by the Frlek Corn pan y. Among Pittaburg business men it ha been looked up in a inevitable tbkt Mr. Frirk vould aooner or later ueeeed to tbe complete control of the Carnegie Interests. Andrew Carnegie haa stated publicly that he contemplated retiring from liuetaeea. and tbe eale of bie stock In the big concerns to those associated with blia would follow anfl Mr. Frick eoald be expected to sera re the balk at It, It ha also been expected that if this occurred, he would inereaae the extent ol the already enormous enterprise proportionate proportionate to Ite growth while naderCarnegla'aeontroL Mr. i Frtok la regarded a the auperior of Carnegie In business ability, and at forty-three forty-three forty-three rear of ake he baa been looked upon aa at the height ol hia povera. He la a tremendoua worker and la aaid to fly about between the various various : floors or tbe big building wnere he vaa ahot I terday. In getting from one of hia ottloet to Another, more actively than any of his clerks. Ije never vent out to dinner, having a kitchen attachment to hia offices, and taking dinner vlth. hie clerks aad vhatever buslneaa cullers be might happen to have at tbe hour. His only known dissipation Is that he I an inveterate inveterate smoker, and keepa the drawers of his desk full ef boxes of One cigars. He bas been married about tea rear and haa two Ohlldteh. Hla wife was Miss Ada Chllda, daughter of a well-known well-known well-known Pittaburg business man.: - Mr. Frlek named one of hla eoke work la her ho4or. the Adelaide. Another ia named lor hla daughter aad eae ol them for himaelf. Mr.Frii to a self-made self-made self-made man. Ha was bora In Weetmon and aunty, on a farm, near the town, of redford, in tbe heart of what la now known tbe Connellavllle eoke region. His pa rente ere of German origin, and belonged to that (t rdy class known as "Pennsylvania Dutch." I father owned and cultivated a mall : fai and his grandfather ran a grUt mill. : " Young ck received inch an education as is acquired a country schools In places far from any large tova. Very early ia life he began to vork for himaelf and to aaalat the millers at hla grandtatl ers mill. The aspect of the eouatry In which ha was reared 'changed, and it Agricultural Agricultural merest were entirely submerged In tha mining of coke and coal. It was Aboat 1872 when Mr. Frick first came before tbi publle. Ha had then bought a lev coke furnhoee aod vaa operating them himaelf. He rapidly acq aired money, maoh of which he gained tl 1 rough rigid economy In the way of labor; li lHt2 hla posaeaaloa had increased te such ra 1 egree that he praetloeily enjoyed a monopoly ef the eoke Industry around ConneUs-vllie. ConneUs-vllie. ConneUs-vllie. f The li C Frlok Company vaa organized aad Andrew Caraeale contributed largely toward bBying etook, and thue tha triendahlp between the two men was cemented. Mr.. Frlok' methods la dealing with tka great; CofcnelUville strike endeared klm to Mr. Caraegie, and whea tke MeKlaley act, whloh waa to brlag ae many Meaalaite and ee meon prosperity to tbe workLsgmen, went into feree, Henry C Frlok waa ohoaen to be the "" to glva to the employee at Homestead the rraotloaljleaaon ef protection. He waa made aalrmaof the Beard of Trustees of the Caraegie Caraegie Company. Aa one ef hla eulogists haa aaid et him : A man ol vreat business capacity capacity and wonderful executive ability, he bad never scrupled to break down labor organisations organisations in tha corporation. In which he had beea given control, aad hla appointment meant that the war. brhich the men had beea expecting far some time, would bow begin In good earnest." The grsst atrike at Conneltovllle had brought out hi (treng paints. He was a match for the strongest body of worklngmen that might be arrayed hraloat him. aad he was a man who did not ablest te resorting te fores to carry aia point, I s Wben the Amalgamated Association ksld its coBveatlen at Pittaburg to Us a aew aeale ol wagea, the matter vat placed br Mr. Caraegie la Mr. Fries kands lor negotiation as to the Camagiel latereeu. After a brief seaaiea tha aasoclatltn adopted a scale ef prices whteh was practically a renewal of the terms of tbe previ. ous year. I The aeale waa submitted to Mr. Frlek lor eoaelderatlon. Mr. Caraegle's manager responded responded by offering a scale ef hla own. In which the wageh were reduoed from 10 to 40 per cent The pried tor production af Bessemer billets or steC bare waa baaed oa a minimum et $23 la-stead la-stead la-stead el 25. Tbe aaaual aeale waa to expire Dee, ao lhatead of Jane SO, aad aa all-reead all-reead all-reead reduction reduction In tonnage rates was te be imposed at thoes mills at the Homestead plant wherathe production had beea Increased by tha lnlredue-tloa lnlredue-tloa lnlredue-tloa pt nw aad Improved machinery. Mr, Frick aald. la juetiheatloa ol the reduction, reduction, that the price of the blllata had steadily declined lstnoe the scale had beea originally adopted tn 189. aad thet they were quoted In the markht at the rate aa which he offered te ax the new scale. Mr. Frick also contended that manufacturers should know what they kad to pay for labor at the beaiaelag ef the Tear, whea they made .their contracts, aad hence tbe raa- raa- .fliS the expiration of the aa-nuai aa-nuai aa-nuai scale. 1 The tortus were refused aad Mr. Frick began PtJ0 " He issued aa aitlmatutn that the company's pro position moat be accepted before June Ui er the com pen? would . get 1 new mea. It would net leeognlie tha Amalgamated Aeeooletlen la any way. nor would It hold aay more eeafercaeea 7 7' T v iTk! wlU a stoat board leace 12 feet In height. resUng en a lag feuadaUeaS feet high, aad surmounted by three strands ef heavy wire connected with the aleat aa the plaee aad Managed that by simply turning a eraak Iter eouid "tin" lT.uf he heavily charged with elee-trlclty. elee-trlclty. elee-trlclty. Hat-water Hat-water Hat-water pi pea ware alto arranged sa V&JP BalaSteJwar w.i H mvm Bp IVY uoavk va made Oa J oae SH the flratalga ef heetllit v were itede byjth. kaaclag ef Mr. Frlek U.Bly?A ew dayaj later eame the Plnkortona, aad ea laly the battle of tke werkmea kad bi Mea! to Jaiy tha battle ef the werkmea aad the Flak rr"!r r""ZTfc .mr remained eeelaad collected; Sartag the trouble. Ha Issued a statement statement tie day after lee bleedshedTthe A est wn (nw shs eeaeiaaea vita laeee warda - Wearh aot teklac aay aetlre part 1a the awrter pneeat aa we eeaaet later tare vtia tee Sheriff la 4'Mba'V aia eaty. aad are aov vatuag hM at the Sweaern farther aeilea.' Mr- Mr- FrUek kas aeea deeerfbed aa a man at aad M aaa aaewa tkat aa to brave aad r. DXFWX or THX PBI80KERA V. J., July t3.-Tka t3.-Tka t3.-Tka Xatex Trade svealng adopted a reeolatiea dl- dl- Seeretary te place klmaalf la eon With the Hemeatead atrikera erit thy. tow at aaeevtataiag whether they approved at isauoa ec a mass meauag ta tkla aitv spirit er an tent - fori or Ave I knt of ah thing was b to work, an VllL leaoeaaj KkW'sik, council last rooting the spaadsaaa

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