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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1910
Carabid Beetle is Success
fully Eliminating Pests.
Russian Democratic Party
Ousts Former Leader.
Stops are being taken to ' import
parasites of the hornfly, find material
containing several species have Ikhmi
received ly E. 11. Ehrborn, superin
tendent of entomology of the loard
of agriculture, who in cooperation
with 0. II. Swezey of the II. S. P.
A., is doing nil he can to get the
parasites established. In his last
report to the Ininrd. Mr. Ehrhorn
"We received four shipments of
hornfly parasites from Mr. Koebele,
throe of these containing the same
species which arrived last month,
and nil were turned over to Mr. O.
II. Swezey. I nm pleased to benblc
to report that three large colonies of
home-reared parasites (Alysids)
hnve been liberated on favorably
located dairies. The last shipment
from Mr. Koobolo contained a good
colony of Aphodius finitarius, a cara
bid beetle which may be considered
a good factor in preventing maggots
of the hornrly and other stable flies
from propagating in manure, owing
to the lieotki'a habit of feeding on
the fresh dung and disturbing the
droppings in such a manner, by its
own work and that of its larvae, to
cause the quick drying up of these,
thus reducing the breeding places of
the flies materially. We shall soon
be able to liberate these beetles at
higher elevations as recommended
by Mr. Koebele."
Since the above report was sub
mitted, the last sending of beetles
4iaa been liberated on the Island of
Pinchot's New Rule
For Public Officials.
In a speech in regard to the forest
service, GifTord Pinchot, in stating
his own position, laid down a rule
. for all public officials, state and
federal. He said:
I hold it to be the first duty of
a public officer to obey the law. I Jut
I hold it to be his second duty, and
a close second, to do everything the
law. will let him do for the public
good, and not merely what the law
directs or compels him to do."
Here we have in terse, clear, and
comprehensive language a statement
which may well serve as a chart not
only for public officers, but for every
one m all the relations of lite, says
the Chicago Tribune. Mr. Pinchot
is himself an illustration of the bene
fit of Ins doctrine, lie might, as
chief forester, have administered the
.law as it was originally, in'a per
functory fjishion, keeping strictly
within its requirements and account
mg for every penny given him to
spend, and nothing more. With a
generous zeal for the public good he
has not only done all the law would
let mm uo, hut he lias surrcu up
the country to a realization of the
fact that its most valuable resources
indispensable to its future life and
prosperity, were lieing carelessly
wasted, and he hasla'cn instrumen
' tal in already changing such con
ditions for the better.
Under one theory of duty be
would have remained an ordinary
irreproachable bureau officer, a mere
spoke in the wheel of every day per
functorv ierformance of oflieia
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It will be a sad blow to parlor
socialists and those of the morally
ntramnieled in nffairs of the heart
to learn that Maxim Gorky has
committed the unforgivable crime
of taking life easy on the Island of
Capri, while his fellow members of
the Russian Democratic party are
still mussing their hair nnd pro
testing against fate, eays the Kan
sas City Journal. So grave has
been the offense of the ultralibera-
ist that he has been expelled from
le Russian socialists' organiza
tion, and a committee is now on
ts way to Capri to inform him of
lis disgrace. When the commit
tee finally reaches the Socialistic
sybarite who is lolling out his days
ith his soul mate by the limpid
waters of the Neapolitan hay,
something is likely to happen.
CJorky is one of the jests of his
tory. Posing as a prophet, novelist,
revolutionist and general dissenter
from moral, social and political
conventions, this low-browed Rus
sian intellectual has had a remark
able career. Nearly three years
ago he arrived upon our shores
accompanied by a "Mrs." Gorky,
and thousands of revolutionists
against one thing or another met
lim at the pier. These nonde
scripts opened wide their arms. The
welcome was most auspicious, for
Gorky was to go on a lecture tour
of the United States, nnd in nddi-
ion to the substantial monetary
reward that was looked for it was
expected that considerable helpful
sentiment would be built up for
the Cause. True, the American
people had only a vague idea of
what the Cause was, but, in the
opinion of the Gorkyites,- Ameri
cans were queer people, anyway,
with the most absurd ideas of
morals and all that sort of thing.
Wher. it developed that the
woman consort was Aime. An-
dreieva, an adventurous actress,
there was a mighty storm of dis
approval among the decent people
of New York. Gorky was billed
to start his tour in Boston, but a
great horror had taken possession
of the staid and respectable New
England capital. In vain did
Gorky issue statements of denial
and tear his hair. What sort of
people were these vulgar Americans
who refused to bow before the great
Gorky and take up Mme. An-
dreieva? "Go to the d'yavol,"
cried the impassioned Russian,
and he returned to Europe utterly
disgusted with America and the
heathen in it.
But Gorky was not to join his
fellow socialists in Russia. In
stead he repaired to Capri, and
ever eince he has been living in
luxurious retirement. No wonder
the socialists of Russia resent his
recantation. By Yupiter, the
fellow must be brought to his
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