Bishop Works Miracles in D.C.
HEALS SICK, HALT E An Evangelical Christian Bishop Works Miracles . Before Multitudes. - SIGHT IS RESTORED to be or Is he it Washington, p. C. Nov, B. Ifiahop Oliver Sabin, of the Evangelical Christian. Christian. Science church 'was overwhelmed with people desiring to. be healed ajt Ilauseher's ,hll on Connecticut avenue, yesterday, when be cured the 'halt, the lame and the blind, More than 100 persons persons begged him to touch them with bis hand or pray fpr them, Bishop Snbin cures by mental suggestion and the lading lading on of tbe hands." Illation Sabin announced Saturday that he would hold forth at Rnunchcr'a Sunday rnorning. Id the fry heart of tho fashionable North est fur the purpose purpose of healing the mck. Long before tho appointed hour arrived a multitude of people assembled. There were people with all sorts of ailments. Bishop Pnbin, unless his spectators were hypnotised, performed a mirncle on Mrs, F. J, Money, of 614 Nineteenth street. Northwest. Mrs. Maney came to the meeting with eyes bandaged and apparently blind. She told the newspaper men present that she had not seen .out of cither yo for weeks. Cured by Wave of Hand. fihe was led to a window, tho ban - dnges lifted and. nuked to make an effort effort to see. Hbe declared that she conlc not tell whether It was day or night. Mr. Sabin rnn hi. hands uvcr her face and head and she opened her eyes and saw. Again she was led to the window and asked to point out certain things. She called tbe name of everything in sight Jler ejes seem to be all right. The crowd wna skeptical. Homo of those present declared that Snbin bad put up a job on them. Sirs. Annie Reed, .112ft Fourteenth street, Northwest, an old woman, cnlni) to the meeting leaning on a stick, She had been A sufferer from rheumatism for years and was, she said, a hope less cripple. Hut after Mr. Sabin ran his hand up and down her buck and over her head a. number of times she threw her cane away and walked to tho street car without it. Some Gave Only First Names. The other patients treated would not glvo their full names. UMshop Sabin told them that the first names Would suffice to get the' benefit of his prayer, and treatment. Nannie and Leonora were two' other women, and John and Charles, two men, treated. One of the women suffered from a nagging and persistent headnclie. Sho had it then. Bishop Sabin cured her. Charles, had rheumatism in one foot. Bishop Sabin cured liim. RiahOp Sabin asserts that, "the cures are genuine", and says ''there is ho faking faking about them; no fraud 'Whatever." About twenty - five persons In the audience, audience, were esgerly clamoring to be cured when he' ended today with the announcement announcement that M was exhauated.