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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
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(From Christian Science' Monitor)
The German-American Citizens
League of the United States at its
third annual conference held re
cently in Chicago, adopted a resolu
tion declaring that: "We demand
the immediate legalization of the
sale of beer and wine." Nothing of
modesty characterizes the make-up
of the gentlemen who assume to
speak for the millions of American
citizens. They do not ask, or sug
gest, the nullification of the funda
mental law ot the land in which
they live. They demand action, with
the clearly implied threat that their
political power will be used to pur.
Ish the national legislators who do
not comply with the orders issued
by the German-Americans.
Without desiring to evoke, even
In the slightest degree, unhappy mem
ories of a few short years ago, it
seems highly desirable that protest
should be made against this attempt
to revive the hyphenated-American
movements that it was hoped had dis
appeared. If the entrance of the
United Stutes into the world war
taught any lesson, it was that the
people of tl.at country were not di
vided into groups of antagonistic
nationalities, but all Americans, be
lieving in American laws and in
stitutions, and upholding the sys
tem of government ordained by the
founders of the Union. To the credit
of the Americans of German birth
or ancestry, it must be said that
after war had been declared, with
very rare exceptions, they showed
that in the great emergency they
were loyal to their adopted coun
try, and served her well.
Why should there be any less of
loyalty in times of peace? Is 100
per cent Americanism only available
when aroused by armed conflict?
The American people, after more
than forty years of constant dis
cussion of the subject, adopted as
a part of the great charter of the
Union declaring that the manufac
ture or sale of intoxicating liquors
was prohibit! d, and giving the con
gress power to enact legislation for
the enforcement of the constitutional
provision. Acting under this power
the Volstead law, defining intoxicat
ing liquors, was enacted, and the
validity of the law has been sus
tained by the supreme court of the
CHANGES IN MODEL
AND CUT IN PRICES
ANNOUNCED BY FORD
Nawiliwili Garage Ltd. announces
that Henry Ford has again put some
changes on his well known product,
this time tilting the windshield and
adding a one-man top. Several other
minor changes are expected, but the
details have not yet arrived. A ship
ment of he new models Is expected
on the Hyades which should arrive
at Port Allen either this week or
Owing to the fact that the Ford
factories have shut down on account
of the coul strike', a shortage in the
Ford product may occur during the
CASE At Grove Farm, Lihue, Aug
ust 30, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Hebbard Case, a son: William
GARLING HOUSE At Lihue hospi
tal, September 3, 1922, to Mr. and
Mrs. Kalph Gurlinghouse, d daugh
ter: Nancy Elizabeth.
This Is the situation into which
the German-Americans Interject their
"demand" that the congress shall
nullify the supreme law of the land
by permitting the sale of beer and
wine. What they mean Is that the
constitution shall be violated by sen
ators and representatives sworn to
maintain It, thru the enacstment of
laws permitting the sale of alcoholic
beverages, or, In other words, "in
toxocating liquors." The Issue is
clear, and no quibbling over percent
ages of alcoholic content can ob
scure it. While the eighteenth am
endment remains a part of the Con
stitution, the manufacture or sale of
Intoxicating liquors Is unlawful. The
demand for the legalization of beer
and wine Is, therefore, a demand
for nullification of the Constitution.
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