National Affairs: Ewe Lamb Rebellion

In Oklahoma, where political parties are constantly split and where Rosicrudan philosophy (founded 1313) is still a topic of conversation, Governor-Suspend Henry Simpson Johnston went on trial, last week, before the State Senate, sitting as a court on eleven articles of impeachment.

On the first day of the trial, many a pair of eyes scanned the senate gallery and focussed on a middle-aged woman-Mrs. O. O. Hammonds. It was because of her that the impeachment proceedings, long rumbling and long delayed, had been labeled the "ewe lamb rebellion" (TIME, Jan. 28). Four days...

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