Boston Daily Globe, January 20, 1919

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January 20, 1919

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts Pit; ^    '-v    Sw-S: Order Your Real Estate, Business Chances, Automobile and Help Wanted advts for tomorrow’s and Wednesday’s Globe today. Order the Daily Globe regularly from your newsdealer or newsboy. Slit mortem laito (Sbbe vol xcv—no. 20 BOSTON, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1919 FOURTEEN PAGES coi'yaicsHT, mo. by TMK OLO BI? NEW >I’A PER CO POTENTATES MISSING AS PEACE CONFERENCE MEETS ADMITS MURDER EX-KAISER URGED WAR Dignity and Solemnity Feature Opening Session But Neither King Nor Prince Is Present— Danforth Kills Two Women WITH FIRE AHD MDD Delegates Appear in Civilian Dress Plan For World League Fast Forming Complete Rules of Procedure Drawn Up By HERBERT BAYARD SWOPE (Special (Jlobe Correspwdent.) (By Wireless to th* Glob*) PARIS, Jan 19- For the first time Premier Lloyd George Corrects Interpreter As Delegates Laugh PARIS, Jan 19 (By A. P.) — Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain demonstrated his command of the French language during the first session of the Peace Congress. In his address seconding President Wilton’s apeech nominating Premier Clemenceau as president of the congress, Mr Lloyd George referred to the venerable French statesman as “the grand young man of France." Inside the great horseshoe sat Lieut Mantoux, who has been described as one of the world’s greatest interpreters. When he read a French translation of Mr Lloyd George’s address he translated the phrase quoted as “the grand old man of France.” The British Premier at once protested against the translation, which was changed amid the laughter of the delegates. PRINCE JOHN, SON OF BRITISH KING. DEAD USBS Ax on fife ag Wrote “Throats of Men, Women, Children and Aged Must itin-Lav Be Cut, Not a Tree Nor a House Left Standing” Had Suffered Epileptic Fits Since Infancy I* SERIOUS RIOTS MAR Was 13 Years Old, Full of Pranks and a General Favorite Ti. I, F. HARRINGTON DIES FRGM PTOMAINE {Preached Pc'icy of Terrorism GERMAN ELECTIONS In Amazing Letter to in history a great peace conference assembles with no King or Prince of the blood at the table. This absence typifies the fact that for the first time in history peace is to be erected without consideration of dynastic factors, which have been such fruitful needs of wars in other days. The assembling of the Peace Conference was Impressive in its utter lack of ostentation The usual trappings and flamboyance)* were strikingly absent. In the clock room of the Quai d’ Orsay Palace there was not a bit of decoration, and at the tables few uniforms were to be seen. Save for Marshal Foci), scarcely a member of the conference was In uniform, and each head of State seated at the council table was dressed similarly in black, with no decorations save here and there Legion of Honor ribbons. The black, somber clothes of the delegates stood out In sharp relief to the heavy crimson silken curtains and gorgeous furniture and the lien gilding of the Louis XIV period. Widely Known for Public and School Health Work Cap! John H. Dillon, Formerly Head of Park Commission, Passes Away DR THOMAS P. II ARRINGTON, Deputy Health OMHBtnioui, Who DM Tai terday. Press Is Represented Of great import, too, was the presence of representatives of the press of the world, who had their positions in the room forming a part of the Deputy Health commissioner Thomas F, Harrington, Mi?, died of ptomaine poisoning at his home, SIO Commonwealth av, yesterday morning. Ile had been HI five weeks Dr Harrington had made a splendid reputation in the medical profession, winning recognition on numerous occasions for specific work. He was formerly director of school hygiene in the Boston schools, Dr Harrington wa# horn in Lowell and began life as a newsboy. Ile kiter worked in the mills in that city, and. Okil PRI NCR JOHN CH A RIJOS FRANCIS. LONDON, Jan ll—Prince, John, the youngest son of King Oeorg®, died at Sandringham yesterday afternoon. He had been iii for some time. An official bulletin issued thi# evening ' says: “Prince John, who since infancy had 1 suffered epileptic fits. which lately hud become more frequent and severe, passed away in his sleep following an attack at 5:30 p rn Saturday.” • The Prince was possessed of exuberant spirits. He was the prime favorite of all classes and the idol of the servants and tenants at Windsor. It is said that ho was the favorite brother of Princess Mary, who loved to romp with him. Special Dispatch ta the Glebe HAVERHILL. Jan 1»-In a fit of despondency tonight Joeeph IS. Danforth, a wood heelworker, killed his wife, Mrs Minnie Danforth, and his mother-in-law, Mrs Martha Allen Graham, a wed 47 years, in their tenement on the first floor of the three-story dwelling 7 View st. Both women were unmercifully beaten with an ax, and Danforth In his rage had used a knife, flatiron and various othsr kitchen utensils that came to his: band. In addition he had tied securely in bed two of his little children. Just why, he did this the police have not been able to learn, but they believe that he intended to do away with them as well as hit wife and Mrs Graham. Danforth told the police that his father died a few years ago in an English insane hospital and they think that he is msntally Irresponsible. He aaid that he had been out of work for ionic time and that there was nothing in the house to eat and he had grown enraged because of the manner in which they Duesseldorf and Leipsic Scenes of Outbreaks—Assembly Reported Canceled Francis Joseph TRIO CONFESS TO EAST GOSTON HOLDUP LONDON, Jan 19—Grave election riots are taking place today In Germany, where the people are voting to choose members of the National Assembly. French Of Jurists Propose New Tribunal to Arch-Criminal Creation Try War’s Two Women Admitted Man to Hide in Mazza Home Prince John Charles Francis was bern at San dr I rig ham J ply lf, 19#5 He was known to trts brother"^Princes as ‘The Picker.” probably ix'cause he could ‘‘pick" more opportunities for mis-chlef than all the rest of the royal children together, was what Is commonly termed hero as a "regular boy.” He was always made much of by his big brother# and sister* because of his lovable boyish qualities As an instance of his love of boyish fun. tile following story was told of him when he was 8 years of age: "During a week-end house party at York cottage the young Prince thought it would be an excellent idea to rouse ' the household in the morning ut a somewhat earlier hour than usual. So one day he got out of las bed at 3 in the morning and made a careful exit from 1 his room without disturbing his maid. Clad only in his cream-colored pajamas | (he left off wearing nightshirts when I he was 5). he ascended lo the belfry, I and, grasping the rope. rang out the hell that is never rung except on some nagged him about not securing work.    _ j n LU.. n--,* It was from Danforth that the police BrUtdl AttaCK DHG RODDGFjf Of HOSl first learned of the double tragedy. (He J walked into the station house shortly    FO!lO¥f8{j    GS ThOV "1311118(1 before midnight and told the officer in I    1 charge that he had lust killed two i>er- j    - sons. He appeared rational and the off!- two women. Mr* Mary Thistle, 21, cer thought for a moment that the I and Miss Sadie Drohan, 24, of 37% visitor was Joking.    ,    Hanson st. and a man. William Galls- | yher. 26, of 42 Hanson st. South End, are held by the police in connection with the murderous assault and robbery of Carmine Mazza, aged ut, in Danforth Tells of Murder Danforth sat down and unfolded the story of the killing that proved startling from the cool manner in which he re- East Boston late Saturday night lated it. He said that while he wa# et.-] Tho three were arrested early yes-gaged in the work of slaughter he was terdai morning at 37% Hanson st Act- , unable to control himself, but that when I log on a clew furnished by Massa.; “My soul is tom asunder, but everything must be put to fire and blood. The throats of men and women, children and the aged, must be cut, and not a tree nor a house left standing. “With such methods of terror, which alone can strike so degenerate a people as the French, the war will finish before two months, while if I use humanitarian methods it may prolong for years. Despite all my repugnance, I have had to choose the first system.”——Extract from letter written by ex-German Emperor to Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria early in war. -+— --_------3 PARIS, Jan 19 — Some points In the reports to which Premier Clemenceau referred yesterday, when he said ire had consulted two end- THREE HURT BY AUTO, WHICH SPEEDS AWAY MtlHDESUCTf EBERT, Head of barm*u 'Jct. rom**, wk# u Reported neat Jurists on the penal response , to Haw* exited «g <i«na*u Nation*! a*< bffffv of the ex-Germ an Emperor, j    ~ were made public today.    Cal&rleS Wells, 17, Medford, *« Bigly. Continued nu the Second I'ngt. I Continued on the Fifth Page. it wa# all over he bad quieted and wa# officer* visited a house on Milford et., a general strike has been declared The report was drawn up by Fer-wiiiing to tell all and stand the con* J * rorn^Jher*^tb*J^i11 ^    at    Leipsic, which is without gas and dinand Larnaude, dean of the Paris acquit nee*.    1    “    ” on Hanson at. When the police arrived   — — "    -•    “    -    “*    -    ,    J    6    &S    R68Ult Officers were rushed to the house and1' they found the Thistle and Drohan water, according to Copenhagen ad- Law Faculty, and Dr A. G. de Lapra- j    - a terrible scene met their gaze.    women there While cross-examining vices to the Exchange Telegraph j dell#, professor of rights of Nations I Da I lop Making Caarph for Mntnrlef Mr# Ora ho rn was lying in bed Hts clothing Comnanv    in    the    same    faculty.    J    matting    0^    al    UU    IU!    mUiUllil her head crushed In Irom successive ---     .    wiui|»uy. bTws of    Mr?    Danforth?    and    collar    the    police    .^y    were    covered body wa* found In the kitchen, where .-he had dragged herself from the bed in which she had been lying with lier mother. It wan in tho kitchen that site with blood and one of his front teeth anis missing. He made no htterupt to resist arrest, but said “I guess you her life. * Not alone had she been lilt with the ax. but the infuriated man had struck her on the head with a flatiron and had also used a poker and several other household articles to beat out her life. Mrs Graham’s throat was also cut with an old bread knife. Children Tied in Bed Two of the three children of the household were in a rear bedroom where they had been securely tied hand and foot. They had been awakened by the screams of the women, but were unable to get out of bed. The third When searched hi Station 7. $474 was found on Gallagher, In the interval between the robbery and his appearance at the South End house GaJlagher admitted he had purchased a new hat. Tile man who attacked Mazzu lost his hat in the scuffle, the police say. Following th* Arrest of the trio. tney j rated The deaths of Dr Karl Liebknecht The object of the inquiry wa# to and Rosa Luxemburg appear to have investigate from a purely juridical made a deep impression in provincial point of view if the crime# corumit-town# and to have led to demonetra- ted by the German Government and tions and street fighting, it i# re- Army involved the penal rcsponsl-ported    bllity of the ex-German Emperor. At Leipsic a mob Ie aaid to have what tribunal should Judge him, and destroyed the Election Bureau of the whether his extradition could be de- Democratic party and to have conttB- manded.    __ evening editions of Continued on the Hi*tith Fag*. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS i TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS I TODAY'S GLOBE CONTENTS 30 Years The Globe has been the leading want and classified medium in New England. During 1918 the Globe printed 383,837 more want and classified advts than the second Boston paper. To get the best results, see that your want and classified advts appear in the Daily and Sunday Globe. 6 BELLANS Hot water Sure Relief KI NNING CLAWSICK IN SPANISH md 40 cthtr canr*** will be started Janunry 27 Northeastern l’reuarntory Moo! Bolton V M.C A , 111 Huntington Ave. CASTLE SQ. THEATRE Box Ollie# nt Fllem*’#. whom Ticket* ar* Sold and Delivered Immediately, This Rwi—"A B*ch*tor’* Honey moon" MINARD’S LINIMENT STOPS PAIN I'm*** I. Ex-German Emperor, in letter to ; Franct* Joseph early in war, urged adoption of fir# and blood Neither King nor Prince present as peace conference assembles. Two women aud man arrested in South End -ald to have confessed to attack and robbery of Carmine Mazza ; in his East Boston home. Joseph E. Danforth, Haverhill shoe-worker, .slays wife and mother-in-law' w itll ax. Election day in Germany marked by serious riots. Prince John, youngest son of British King. dead. Three hurt, one probably fatally, by auto In Medford, drievr speeding away, Dr Thomas F. Harrington dead. Page ii. British Veterans' Association denies report It plans to erect monument at Concord to British soldiers who fell and are buried there. New York gives noisy welcom# to returning hospital ship and thro# transports. * ("apt John H. Dillon. ex-Park Commissioner, dies. Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr hopes to enter West Point after discharge from Army. Transport Canada, with returning troops, due in harbor tonight; big welcome planned. Page 8. Archbishop Comdt! arrives in New York on a mission from the Vatican. Dr James J. Walsh extols tfergt Joyce Kilmer, hero poet, at State’# Prison, Charlestown. Drive for fund to assist in restoring devastated section of France -tarts today. Socialist mass meeting in Grand Opera House asks freedom for "political prls-onei s." Puce I. Major leagues to protest imposition of SO percent war tax. fearing menace to baseball Vn dwindling of attendance at games. Ban Johnson delays signing papers "freeing the minors.” Watertown High heading the procea-on in the Suburban Basket-Ball eague. Harvard Athletic Committee to meet tonight to take up sports program. Amateur as well as professional bouts billed for Boston this week. School track get* away to a good etart Received Donham of Bay State Street Railway says deficit $500,000 a year for two years In Brockton district. Pm *e 4. Mrs Wilson design* all-American china for the White House. Annual report shows fewer visitors to Art Museum in 1918 than in 1917. due to closing during influenza epidemic. Buffs’ “Prison Special” coming to Boston. P««e 5. thousands of Ar-refugee* In great who bottled up & Poland progressing rapidly along road v> unification under guiding hand of P. \en wskl. Mme Breshkovskaya asks foreign aid for Russia, especially Csecho-Slovak troops. British sheltering menlan and Syrian camp near Bagdad. Admiral Strauss, Kaiser’s U-boats, back from abroad. Total registration in Harvard College of 1740 announced. Dr William P. Slocum of League to Enforce Peace speaks at Waken eld union church meeting. Morgenthau declares that Turkish rule must be ended forever. Raiders arrest 4$ in Cambridge cellar on charge of gaming. Port of Boston news. Page H, Gifts pour la on President and Mrs Wilson. Plan for League of Nations being developed rapidly. Peaoe conference announces regulations. Page 9. the evening editions of the were taken to the East Boston Relief I ,c Taaebiatt, Zeitung and Gen- Urge New Tribunal Station, where Mazza was taken for;    t    , treatment because of injuries due to the | eral Gazette, compelling those papeis i The authors of the report give a beating lie received He positively ld*n- to publish a declaration deploring long argument against the bringing tined each of the three. Later they the •<njUrders in Berlin" and blaming of the ex-Emperor before a tribu- photographed l*nd °th?ir "ngw^rtnbi I the Government for them, .    nal of common law, because his will taken, J    StrlkeB    and demonstrations are re- commanded, but his hand did not exe- Accordlng to the police both Gallagher j 1    rota ami th** women have admitted their ported In Duesitldorf and Other • Sum and have given in detail the part I    ;    They    say    that    he    was    not    the    printer played rn tile holdup. They told J to WM.    i    . ,    H    th    , the police that it was planned Friday    Airmen were flying over Berlin J p    offender and that, therefore, night on information given bv Mrs i    could    only be punished as an accoui- Thistle, who had been doing some house- today and bombarding the city with    __ work for Massa at In* home. 64 Webster j ’    , st, East Boston, where lie lived aloin pamphlets Issued by all the polltu al The Drohan and Thlst e women . ailed nartios It is reported n Massa shortly after 9 o’clock Satur- ParueB* 11 r“Ponea_ Who Did Not Stop to Give Aid *» !»«*<* Int DImdii (lh to I lie Globe MEDFORD Jan lf—A girl and two boys were injured, one of the lattsr probably fatally, when they were run down In Forsst-st Parkway by a seven-pa*»er»-ger touring car with cream-colonNi, lew hanging body, that was speeded away and for which the police of this city and nearby plac es are now making a search. Continued on (be Second Page. Advertise your Real Estate, Business Chances and Automobiles in tomorrow's and Wednesday's Globe. Tell yow neighbors to read the Globe's Uncle Dudley Editorials. Continued on the Eighth Page. day night and asked him to go out and nr-nnnT cdcdt nil i c. ACC buy some wine In his absence, the REPOR I EBER! CALLS OFF women are said to have confessed they Drive begun to holp jobless service ; l*t Qal’agher into tho house aud con i«wiav    coaled him in a front room men today.    i when they left the house, Massa ae- Discharged men to march to Stats i companied them to the door While Page «, “A 1919 Drive." by Uncle Dudley. "Theodore Roosevelt, the Boy and the Man," by James Morgan. People’s lawyer. Page T. Lieut Arthur E. Elliot of Hyde Park killed in aviation accident at Lake Charles, La. Revolt against Penrose subsides; Taft center of Washington gossip. Men at Devens returned from overseas hard hit by order to remove Insignia of divisions. Newton man telle of hie observances in war; Bays British spy system heat the Germans. Food prices continue very’ high in Belgium. Plenty food for Yanks In France. Mme Oalll-Curcl adda songs In English to her programs. Rev John Haines Holmes discusses League of Nations before Free Religious Associations, Harness racing problems and the outlook th** coming season. J earn* tie Rankin candidate for olerk of the House. Team and individual standings In the bowling leagues. Score of school hockey games scheduled for this week. House today. France to have permanent Y. M. C. A. buildings. Ireland only seeks American ideal, says Re* Gerald C Treacy at Boston College. Mrs Lebaudy much calmer; daughter spent day with her. Prisoner charged with firing on New York police raiding crap game save he mistook them for holdup men. Detective chief takes up Rockland, Me. murder case. Awards cf TI fellowships and scholarships announced at Harvard; *4 to New England men. Labor conditions and protection to be submitted to the Peace Conference. Woburn societies for Irish Nation. Rev Dr Talmage, who was beaten and robbed, says In sermon that serious crime epidemic exists in Boston. Jules Vedrines wins fille priss by bsing first aviator to land on roof of house. Pave IO. Points of agreement and disagreement over future management of the railroads. Current bond news. Income tax drive for 1919 under way. London paper discusses mercantile marine and the prospect of American comps tUion. Sec Glass says next Liberty loan drive will be the last. Vice Admiral Sims and Herbert A. L. Fisher guests at dinner given in London. Pace ll. PLANS FOR ASSEMBLY AMSTERDAM, Jan 19 The Lokal Anzeizer of Berlin savs it learns the Ebert-Scheidematm Government tacked afa’beaten over the head until flnaHv ha# decided not to convene the he wa- unconscious, although he Put    ,,    .    ...    , . ji ut •    !    \    ut    Dan    iii    A    sea    ax    rn    Vt    11? frtp U'lilPn THE WEATHER FAIR    Forecast    for    Boston passing through the dark hallway on his wa* back to the kitchen he was at up a good fight, WI National Assembly for which elections are going on today. Household Department. ‘‘Beltline Stories,” by Burgess. Dorothy Dix Talks. Thornton W. Page It. New England casualty list down to six. and the whole Army reporting only 61. Corp Armand Daigle of New Bedford, who died In France, twice cited for bravery. I. W W. Socrutting Union headquarters at Springfield raided, plans for strikes and sabotage being discovered. and Vicinity!    Fail Monday and Tuesday, not much change in temperature moderate westerly wind* Washington Foreeast for New England md • Eastern New    York Fair Monday and Tuesday; warmer Tuesday Glob e’s Forecast : Fair Tuesday and probably Wednesday, continued mild; moderate northwest winds, becoming variable. --------- ...         The    Temperature    Yesterday    at is*saidVto1 have been    sober"    arr    ’ j merit    had    decided    to    convoke the Na- j son’* Spa~3 a m, 87; « a rn, 39; 9 a m. SD; The    women    are    alleged    to    have told tiofiftl    Asuembly    Feb    IS. hen he regained ins senses, Mazza staggered a quarter of a mile to the quarters of Engine *0. Orleans and Sumner st*, where he fell exhausted from lo** of blood, and was later found by the firemen Hi* head wa* frightfully battered, one wound requiring 16 stitches Gallagher aaeerted. the police state, that he was asked to do the Job by the women and that he had been drinking , trounced that the German Lovem- A German Government wireless message received In London Saturday said Philipp Scheidemann, the German Foreign Secretary, had an- Fidelity Trust Company Offers the privilege of converting i.iberty Bonds into a Savings Account. In your home they may be lust or stolen, in a Savings Account you ere absolutely secure. Call or write for full particulars, address all communications to the Fidelity Trust Company 148 State Street, Boston, Mass UP-TOWN BRANCH 519 washington street OPPOSITE WH ITR’#. th* police that wh< n they broached the r'l,ll*d- ‘ITROUBLE IN DUSSELDORF The trio will be arraigned before        *    ’ Judge Joseph H. Barnes in the East Boston District Court ihis morning They were closely questioned shout a series of holdup* in Boston, but denied emphatically having any part in them. CAUSED BY SPARTACANS BERLIN. Saturday, Jan IS (By A. P.) TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page IX. Central Labor Union opposes removal of American troops from Russia. General Electric strike at Pittsfield ended. Page 14. Death in hospital brings known fatalities from North End molasses tank collapse to 14. Rev A. H. Nazarian rejoices in the overthrown of King Alcohol. Antisaloon League delegates In Parts to urge dry world. Charles Filio, 9, and Michael Monahan, ll. drown at Westfield. Rum runners in Maine see fat Job ahead. Brig Gen Hugh A. Drum one of 24 .big)! Army officers selected bv Pershing for Distinguished Service Medal. Sir Charles A Horn says British have an air engine that can cross ocean. Tauno Tammeiin knocked down and robbed in Quincy. BOLSHEVIK! TAKE KIEV GENEVA, Jan 20- Kiev j* in the hands of the Bolshevist force* who have over- 12 rn. 43: 3 p in. 14; fi p rn. 39; 9 p rn, 3f>; 12 mid, 32. Average temperature Yesterday, 38 11-24; average one year ago, 28 13-24. Temperatures at 8 Last Night—San Francisco. Bl; fit Haul. 96; fit Louis, 48; The fipartacan* continue to show their ; chicago. 38; Nantucket, 36; Portland, 30; heads outside the capital. The Radicals have seized all the bourgeoise papers in Dusseldorf. and wrecked the Central Bureaus of the clerical and democratic parties and burned their campaign literature. Tho Soldiers’ and Workmen’s Council of Dusseldorf ordered the closing of the schools and theatres today as a symbol of mourning for Dr Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, it also has announced that it will support a general strike in Dueseldnrf and also at Allen-steln In East Pruisia, where campaign meetings resulted in scenes of rioting. Gustav Noske, head of the Government po’he. railing attention to a previous order forbidding street gatherings. has issued a new order reminding the troops of their duty in the protection of citizens. •No soldier can lie excused of failure to perform Ins duty if he lias not in the esses herein specified made timely aud adequate use of his weapon to attain tin- purposes set forth.” says a paragraph of the new order. It Will be recalled that an order couched In similar terms and issued by Police Pres Von Jagow in 1913 provoked bitter attacks from the Socialist press. Eastport, 28; New York, 38; Washington, 46. A Paris Commission House <*f bish ut anilin* and vaat resource* «i»lie* to repre-ent Leu.ling Anierirtin MonufaeturerN in the French Market. 1‘rodurte for setter*! asuae -urb rn-KXTiLW*, MKI VI,*, It mm ivn I i , ETC., could be gitceet»full> Handled Vuthorised reprrgenlutUe actual!! hi till- country woald prr»oitat!> neuolinte * inly Hrnt-cht - manufacturer* treed apply. Vddree* H SIU, Glebe OfMee, Germsn-Austrians Favor Union VIENNA. Jan 19 (via Amsterdam)— Dr Otto Bauer, the Foreign Minister turned the Ukrainian Government, as-' of German Austria, In an election speech cording to a Prague dispatch received yesterday indorsed th® union of Gathers.    man Austria with Germany, Sick Babies - Help! Half of this free hospital must be closed unless aid comes quickly. The Infants’ Hospital Needs $35,000 AT ONCE TO CARE FOR SICK BAIRES FOR 191*J The need of these very little uufferers is imperative. They are our own. Give us the money to care for them. Contribution* graft'fully'riixwivod by Philip Stockton. Tim, Care Ola Colony Trust Co., I? Court M, Boston Every Cent You Give Goes to the Bable* I Thomas B. Gannett Provident John Lovett Morse, M. D. Medical •TST ’mw ;