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   Olean Evening Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1922, Olean, New York                             FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THEWEATHERi Snow flurrlea tonight or Saturday; no change In tem- perature; strong sentiment to woHt winds, probably reaching gale force. VOLUME XLJII. TWO CENTS) OLEAN. NEW YORK FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1022 (TWELVE PAGES) NUMBER POPE'S LIFE HANGS IN BALANCE His Holiness in DyingCondition Sudden change for worse in condition this on and receives last compelled to administer oxygen (By the Associated Press) ROJIB, Jan. Benedict's life hangs In the balance today and fears were expressed atthe Vatican at noon that His Holness was in a dying condition. During the early hours of this morning, towards 4 a. m., there was a sudden change for the worse and the bronchial affection from which HIa Holiness had been suffering for several days spread' to his lungs. o The Pontiff asked for arid received the last (acrament, Insisting upon this, "if only to give a good ex- he said, despite by his attendants to dissuade him." The Pope's yhyscians were In con- sultation at the Vatican at an early hour, the morning bulletin is- sued afterward, indicated an ex- tremely serious condition. Dr. Battlstini, however, stated then that while the condition of His Holiness wag grave It was not hopeless. About 11 o'clock in the forenoon, ho.weve'r, the Pope's condition aggravated and the administration of oxygen was begun. At o'clock the Eucharist was solemnly carried to him. Meanwhile prayersN were being said in air the churches and Catholic Institutions of Rome on behalf 'of His Holiness and great crowds ben 'gan to assemble in St. Peter's. dinals following. Cardinal Gaspar- ri and Monsignor Zamplnl were weep ing. The cortege proceeded to the Pa- pal apartment, which was entered only by the cardinals and few of the Palace prelates. Those who were waiting In the ante-chamber told their beads as the procession passed to the Pope's bedside, where ex- treme unction was administered to His Holiness. Pope Benedict, retaining the clear- est consciousness, followed with deep emotion the reading of profession ft faith by Cardinal Giorgi. After re- ceiving the communion he said to Cardinal Sill: "I beg you" to recom- mend me to the Virgin .of Upon leaving the Papal apartment the cardinals who administered ex- treme unction said the Pope's mind was perfectly clear hut that bis con- dition was so grave that only a mir- acle could save him. (continued on page 7) (By The Associated Press) -CHICAGO, Jan. cold wave bearing snow, reached eastward from the Kocky Mountains today. Leav- ing behind the coldest weather known In Washington and Oregon since and below zero weather In the nearer western states, it was expected to reach Illinois by noon today. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. The western cold wave, It was indicated today by the weather bureau, will reach the Atlantic coast by tomorrow Cold wave'warnings were issued for tonight in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio with the cold area forecast as creeping over the rest of the eas- tern portion of the country and ex- tending into the south tomorrow and tomorrow night. TO USE RUBBER CENTER BALI (By The Associated 1'ress) SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. Baseball with rubber centers will be used In the Pacific Coast League during the 1922 season, the direc- .tors have decided. For several years the official league balls have had cork centers, which, it was claimed by many, made the 'balls too lively. Heroine of 'Ravished Figures in Domestic Tragedy WORCESTER, Mass., Jan. 19. (Special) Arousiak Mardiglan, pretty worse in the Pontiff's condition seem- than" the screen story, "Rav- ed to have come as a great surprise. In which her sister, Last evening he received some Aurora, starred in cities all over the strengthening injections, and the U. S. And In the doctors then stated they were satis- marriage'to fled with his condition, expressing hcr poor but honest sweetheart and hope that danger of an extension of thrust her, unwillingly, into the the 'inflammation to the lungs has arms of a California millionaire. All that Aurora has to show for passed and saying that the crtaia ap- peared to 'be overcome. One ofthe most disturbing condl- her interference with the source of true love arj a pair of broken eye glasses, a cut face and scalp from tlons that developed early several handfulls of hair are >eemed to be passing away after 10 missing. Little sister told Aurora o'clock this morning as th. Pontiff spTof eveSg iS was then able to expectorate slightly. then kicked Aurora Into a snow- This aroused most hope among bank. watchers but toward eleven o'clock! in the meanwhile, the case it In he .became worse again and oiygen the hands of the probate court. Arousiak claims she is eighteen years and mistress of her own love then was administered. Monsignor-Zampini, sacristan Her deciares she Is the Apostolic Palace, Monsignor: seventeen years old and should 'Carlo Respighi, the Pontificial Pre-ibe guided in affairs of the heart by feet of Ceremonies and Monsignor j some more Mogone, the Private t'hc Worcester probation de- were at the Pope's-bedside. Ipartment, is acting as temporary Many of the cardinals were wait- guardian for the younger girl. Ing in an ante-chamber, all the' The girls' jJarenM were cardinals In Italy having assembled j cred in Armenia. Aurora sold In a in Rome upon receiving word of Pope's serious illness. jumping from a window and wan- The after this morning'si'dered for several days in the desert. conceal the Finally she escaped to Russia. Then she came to the United Stales, by consultation, did not gravity ot the Pontiff's condition, although Professor Marchiafava took a more hopeful view than his collea- she with whom she had been reunited through way of Sweden. With her brought her sister, Arousiak Eues. the efforts ot rcliet workers. Later Cardinal Gasparri, the Papal I After spending some time in New Secretary of State, telegraphed all York, the girls separated, Arousiak o coming to Worcester, where she went the Nunciatures tdvislng them of jlo wUh of Manook the seriousness of the Pope's condl- ollzonian, a barber, her schoolmate tlon, while urgent telegrams woro'nnd sweetheart In Armenia. The to Pope Benedict's relatives HT- Hume of the oM love was rekindled fag Genoa and Placenza. Shortly after 11 o'clock Monsignor Etmpinl, the sacristan of the palace, accompanied by the cardinals, vent lo the Palatine Chapel and took the Mcrcament lo the Pope. The cor- tege preceded by four Palatine's guards, carrying lighted oodles, bearers and four uniformed private guards, tbe car- and plans for their marriage under way. Then trouble appeared on the hor- izon. A wealthy aunt had provided the money to pay the passage to the United Slates. By this token flic claimed the right lo dictate their love affaire. She had selected a hus- band for Aronsiah, a wailhy Armen- ian In California. The aunt sent tickets and a comuund that Arousiak starl at once for the Golden Gate. When the girt tarried In Worces- Ccnsider the advertisements in this paper. They are t thoughts. Many of them are thoughts conceived with YOU in mind-----thoughts lor your comfort-----your plea- sure-----your health-----your satisfaction.. Thoughts that will save you time and money. Do you take full advantage of them? Advertising is THE VOICE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS DON'T CLOSE YOUR EARS TO IT. One of the sisters, Aurora Mar- digian. ter preferring true love to gold, Au- rora was sent here to investigate Arousiak defied here. The younger-girl became so en- raged that she attacked her sister they both went to the police station. Lieutenant Good proved a. failure as an arbitrator.' Then the probate court was appealed to. MAKES NEW RECORD (By Thi Associated MUNCIE, Ind., Jan. Is thought to be a record for Individual acorlng iha 'basketball game was made by Jones, forward on the Fort Recovery, Ohio, high school team, who scored eighty eight points In a game against the St. Henry, 0., team at Ft. Recovery In which Jones team won, 100 to 10. {By Associated Press) PARIS, Jan. Des- camjis, manager of Georges Carpen- Ucr, has signed articles for a match between Car pen tier and Ted in London early In April, ac- cording to Hie Paris edition of the Xew York Herald. If There Is Any Further Attempt To Restore Former Monarch To Throne Was Being Towed By Tug When Guide Rope Parted In Storm (l5v The Associated Press) MARSEILLES, Jan. old French armored cruiser Le -Marceu, with a crew of four men aboard, is adrift in the Mediterranean Sea, hav- ing parted from her" towing cable In a storm Wednesday, while being taken by a tug from Blzerta to Touleeon. The details have just reached here in a wireless dispatch. The tug, helplessly watching the cruiser being driven aimlessly out ot sight 'before the storm, was finally forced to run to the shore but sank as a steamer came into sight. tug's crew was rescued. The Marceu 'is still unreported. (By The Associated Press) Jan. Emper- or Charles of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Zita, will be deported to an island much more remote from Europe than Madeira, to which they are now exiled, if there is any fur- ther attempt at restoration of their throne In the states forming the for- mer empire. Zita, who came hero to be atthe 'bedside of her son, Robert, has so been Informed by the Swiss government, which transmit- ted to her a statement made 'by the British, French and Italian ambassa- dors. IT (By Thi Associated Press SAN FRANCESCO, Calif., Jan. 20 Putnam, secretary of the San Francisco club of the Pacific Coast Bas'eball league, Is In Sacra- mento to obtain the signature of Jimmy O'Connell, Seal first baseman, to a new contract, his old one having expired. O'Connell was sold recently by San Francisco to the New York Giants for for delivery in 1923. This made him the highest priced minor league player and It Is believ- ed he will get a big increase In sal- ary for the. 1922 season during which he will remain with San Fran- cisco. After His Statement 0[ Policy In The (By The Associated PARIS, Jan. Paris press is nearly unanimous in its praise of Premier Poincare after his statement 'of policy in the chamber of deputies last night which resulted in a vote of confidence of 427 to 107. The Figaro gays: "Finally one has the feeling that France has found a government worthy of hcr." The newspaper Cablegram, says, however: "Having by these rigorous and na tional declarations preserved himself from the suspicious M. Poincarc will proceed to come lo an understanding with London." ME60XI NEW T. champion singles tennis play- er and Vincent Richards, who shares! with hm the national doubles charn-l pionship, will meet in exhibition for charity Sunday, January 2fl, on tbe of the hotel. Mrs. William K. Vasderbilt. 2nd. arranged the match, I'rocteds of which will go to lhe Eis Sisters fnr j nse in their work !n magistrate's 1 cyurU of York. 
                            

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