Christian Freyburc Held Under Bait for Attack cn Carl T. Mayer. At a hfarinjr bpforo Magistrate South yesterday Christian Freyherp. of 62l North Front street, was held in ifSOO bail on the charge of assaulting Carl Theodore Theodore Mayer, editor and publisher of the German Gazette. According to Mr. Meyer, Freyberg became became offended at some articles which ap peared in the Gazette and in which Mr. Mayer deplored the condition of the German German trades unions, which he claimed were controlled by Socialists, who waved the red flag at every favorable opportunity opportunity and preached doctrines that were more nearly allied to anarchy than Socialism. Socialism. Mr. Meyer stated that when he met Freyberg at a "weinhaijs," at Fifth street and Fairrnount avenue, on Saturday, the latter began to assail him for the stories published in the Gazette. Following the assault, Mr. '. Meyer stated that the bakers' union, led by Socialists of anarchistic tendencies, paraded paraded by his place on Monday, and while the band played the "Dead March" the, color-bearers color-bearers color-bearers dropped their red flags.