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SEPTEMBER 21. 1018.
ROAD INFORMATION FOR
MOTORISTS AND CAMPERS
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON SATURDAY
This bulletin contains general informal in good condition entire route. , i
two eoncerninii toh.I condition in or i Baker Cornucopia Of en and in gued i
n. tliA Xnti.mnl Fon-su of Orciroa I e ondition. I'
imi Washington, baoi oil data furu j Iiukor-Prairie City Open and pass
lulled bv the field men of the Forest tie-(able for a!l vehicles, but in poor con-
.-rve. I d'tiou. I
Kidman Spray Open and passable
A dangerous forest-fire season is at ; for machines entire route. j
hind. All forest travelers, autoists,! Prinevillc Mitchell passable be j
campers, fishermen, hunters, and others! tw.-en Ochuco Station and Wheeler-1
are warned to be caneful with fire in the; Crook county line. Open and in ex
open. The present extremely dry eon-jeellent condition county line to Beaver
V V l2 1.1.
dition of (he woods, due to drought and
drying winds, niases tnem epeii"
ansa? ptiblc to fire, and unusual care is
necessary to prevent destruotive con
flagrations. Tho c-xperation of cvery
ouo using the forests is needed to
tlmrn u-recn and attractive. By build-
Cascade Scenic Highway Open from
mm, towns tn Sultan. Glased Between !
ing small eamp fires in safe place ndjgut3a an,j Tya for construction work.i
completely extinguishing tnem oeiorej rj0tours not possible. Bridges are not;
leaving ,one or tlie cliier. causs ot xoresi fmiOied across Miller Kivcr and the
fires may be removed, smokers, snouia
lie cautious with burning tobacco and
matches. No patriotic tourist will pur
posely start a fire and endanger we sixtv miIcs . 0j Seattle on this high- i
timber and forage of the forests. Aside way is the nnBy Creek camp grounds,'
fiom the commercial value of the woods wh' the rorest Service maintains a!
... 1 1 i J . 1 1 n n . .1 . 1
.Sunset Highway Open and in good
ondition from Seattle to Cle Elum.
which can b'j figured in dollars and
rents, there is their valirc from a re
rr.'ational and aesthetic standpoint
point which can only be estimated.Ilolp
keep the forests valuable by preventing
f.a nnn.n mA ninnin (fPAllnjIa firm: Y,7,(l
lilt) VV"p UU J'tLUlV IVUUU VVJW.J-.". j
tor tue use ot tue puDiic.
Arlington-Darrington Road Boad is
open and in good condition Arlington to
Fortson. Fair condition i'ortson to Par
ringtn. Olympic Highway Open and in good
condition between Olympia and Quini
ault Lake. Open and in fair condition
between Olympia and Discovery Bay. j
Good condition Fairholni to Alorg and
Willamette Valley-Cascado Mountain
Wagon RoadOpen and in fair condi
tion between Foster and tbe summit of
rha Cascade mountains. The bridges
nlong this route are dangerous aud par
ticular cautiou should be used in cross
lebo-Neskowin Open and in per
manent summer condition for entire
Tillamook Willamina Open in fait
condition for entire route. fl fiomlition C!. E,nra tft Wonntc'hro. 6itt53fcK3
m. w , -fruit, : ! j -
State Road No. 4 Open and in fair
condition between Republic and Touas
ket. State Road No. 10 Open and in fair
condition between Entiat and Patcros.
The road is getting rough in places.
Blewett Pass Highway Open and m
I fl&i5Sl ft v
t i& !' At tf 'r-.1-
g mm -
by what we've said about Goodrich Tires. They
certainly are doing wonders on the cars of our
customers. Without exaggeration
Are giving our friends bigger mileage at lower
cost than any other make they have tried. Put a
Goodrich Tire on your car and forget the worry
and trouble. Don't make that mistake again but
fullv equip vour car with Goodrich Tested Tires.
Why not on Tires?
Cast V2 An Much
As you half sole your shoes lo get the maxiBBffl
wear and service, why not give your tires thesam,
treatment Many thousands of Euto drivers today
have cut their tire expense ONE-HALF, Let us
177 South Commercial Street
Dcai Indian Open uerween
Bav and Ashland. PaJsablo for autos.
. Klamath Falls-Crater Lake Open In
take points. In poor condition between
tween Klamath Fails and all Crater
Klamath Falls and Fort Klamath. All
rands to Crater Lake are now open.
Estaeada-Cazadnro Open and in fair
condition. Road is narrow and rough.
Crater Lake Road Open and in good
condition betw.een Medford and Fort
Willamette Road Opeu between Eu
gene and a point several miles beyond
Oak Uidgo. Closed to all vehichs bey
ond, this point.
Columbia 'River E-ghway Ops And
ia good "ondition. Portland to Cascade
Locks. Closed for construction between I
Cascade Locks and Hood River. Cars
may be shipped betw.een Cascade Locks1
and Hood River by rail or boat on week
days. Eagle Cro-eit public camp groonda
is located 45 miles east of Portland on
this road, which is paved the entire dis
t nice. Ho re the Forest Service main
tains a free, picnic and camp ground foi
recreation use. Tables, benches, fire
places, running water, and other con
veniences are availablo at this camp
McKenzie Pass Boad Open and in
good condition, Eugene to west bounft
ary of the Cascade National Forest.
Poor condition from west boundary of
thfl Forest to Sisters.
Drain-Scottsburg Open aud in good
condition, entire length.
Klamath Falls-Bend (via Fort Kla
math) Opea and in fair condition en
tire length, some rough places.
Crescent C'itv- Eandon Coast road
This road is now in the best condition
it has ever been. Several bridges and
the heaviest grades on the old road on
the Chelan side of the road have been
eliminated and a large number of new
turnouts built. No driver should have
any difficulty n negotiating this road
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m
No. 74 Leave Salem ....j 3:00 p. m.
IThe Students' Army Training Corps
nl officer will be detailed to the Vni-1 University of Oregon have for wo
versify to care for the health of the. men!
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN.
101 Leave Salem, motor 7:50 a. m.
103 Leave Salom, motor ..9:33 a. m.
16." LeavB Salem, motor 1:40 p. m.
(Through ear to Monmouth and Ailie.)
107 Lttave Salem, motor 4:13 p. m.
Leave Salem, motor 5:38 p. m:
2"9 Wy. Freight, leave Salem ....5 a. m.
162 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m.
164 Arrive at Salem 11:00 a. m.
166 Arrive nt Salem- 3:00 p. m,
168 Arrive at Salem 5:35 p. m.
170 Arrive at Salem 7:20 d. m.
210 Wy. Freight Arrive Salem 2:30 p.m.
Sparta-East Eaglo Park Open and
No. 27 Willamette Limited ....3:58 p.
No. 13 'Frisco Express 0:24 p. iu.
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 3:46 p. m.
No. 14 Portland Express .: 8:03 p. m.
No. 53 Oieeonian 3:20 a. m.
Open and in good condition for entire! No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:57 a. m.
route; some rough places No. 15 California Express ....10:58 a. m.
Grants Pass-Crescent City Open en-1 No. 17 Roseburtr Pasfenirer ....4:09 o. 111.
tire lengtn and in gooa conumon ror
few rough places.
Pacific lligliway Open and in fair
condition, Roseburg to Grants Pass and
Medford. In good condition, Grants
Pass to Wolf Creek.
liarlow-Oak Grove Road Open and
in good condition, Portland to Rhodod
endron. Poor condition Rhododendron
to forks of road near Clear Lake. Open
but rough, Clear Lake to Cedar Burn
Good condition, Cedar Burn to Wapi
nitia. ' .
No. 10 Oivgon Express 7:05 a. uiJbest plait for college sUulent3 and high
JNo. 04 Uregoniau 5:0o a. in.
No. 28 Willamette Limited ..9:13 a. in.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:35 p. m.
Th? man power bill has been passed' (i Which branch of the l'ni eisity of
by Congers fixing" the age limits from Oregon -offer!
18 to 15, both inclusive. The new mil-i Tlie University of Oregon unit of the
itnrv program, as outlined by tha sec- S. A. T. C. consists ot Clas A men
retarv of war, calls for the iiu-.vasc of only, that is, those men who have com
, ., . P lileted 13 units or ntiuv ot lng, school
the army by more than two millions of 1 e(iuiv;lk.,lt unw
men hy Julyl, 1919. This will probably 10Ni)te eaudiAitcs for officers coniiiiis
necessitate the mobilization of ull phy-.sions.
sically fit registrants under 21 within 7 What pay does a member of the
ten months of this date. With rcpect S. A. T. C. ie'ceivef
to students, since they are not tu be A student in the S. A. T. C, by in
made in any svnse a deferred or favor- voluntary induction, becomes a aonlier
e,l class, this means they will practical- in tli-. i', ss. Army, uniformed, subject
ly all be assigned to aclivp .service iu to military discipline and with the pay
u.v field by June, 1919. The question of a private. In other words, begin
therefore is, How shall boys now in col- ning October 1st, !il8, each member of
lege or graduated from high school pro- the S. A. T. C. at the I'niversity of
Oregon receives his uniform and cqmp-
The following ansvver8 to questions ment, tho pavment of his incidental I've
are based on the latest information and student body tax, his board and
from the war department iu roferoiicv lodging and $30.00 per month. The
to the Students' Army Training Corps University of Oregon cnarges no tui
and are intended to make clear 1 the tion.
8 What must be done to become n
school graduates to follow: niember of the S. A. T. C. at the Uni-
1. What is the Students' Army versify of O'egouf
Training Corps? A student who isUs to take .ad
it is a branch of thv Army of tho vantage of this new opportunity for of
United States into which college stud- ficers' training should apply at once for
cuts and high school students having admis.-don to the University of Oregon,
at least thirteen units may bo voluu- on blanks provide,! for that puipose,
tarily inducted, anj to which soldiers which includes a certificate of schoftiir-hav-ing
adequate educational prcparu- ship to be signed by the high school
tion may bo detailed by tho military au- principal. These blanks he can secure
jl 14 Are limited service men eligible
, tor inunction into t tie A. 1. I..T
! Yes, limited service men go l'l on fl.v
same basis as anyone else and receive
the same pay and allowance.
15 Can a student enrolled in tl.v S
A. T. ('. choose the branch of service
Opportunity will be given for -the
student, who so elects, to transfer from
Army to Navy, or to be assigned to
onv of the various corps of the Army
upon recommendation of the President
of the University and the mililarv au
16 Can boys who hnve finished the
higj school but who are yet under 18
enter the S. A. T. C.f
StuiK nts under 18 years of nge, may
enroll in the corps but probably will
not receive pay. uniform, rations and
quarters until they lvach 18.
17. What war courses in any way
corresponding to tho O. A. C. does the
Train Leave , Arrive
No. Portland Salem
1 G:30 nm 8:35 am
5 Ltd 8:30 am 10:11 am
7 10:43 am 12.50 pm
9 2:05 pm 4:15 pin
13 Ltd 4:45 pm 6.10 11111
lie registrar of the Univer.
2 Is it official or unofficial f sily or from his high school principal.
It is officially being raiwd and main- All high schools in the state have been
tained by direction of the President 'un- supplied with the necessary blanks. It
is important thut these applications for
admission be sent in at onco. Only
men who have completed at least 13
sh school work or the cnuiva-
or umiuinty conferred by Act ot lon-
Arrive gross approved Mav 18, 1917, commonly
fjugene known as the Selective Service Act.
10:50 ami 3 What standing has it with tho war
12:25 pm ! department ?
I It is regularly organivd corps of the
and is administered by the Com-
units of hi
Kiit arc admitted.
9 What is the Student's relation to
The member,, "of the H. A. T. C. will
inittce on Education and Special Train-
17 o:0o pm 8:07 pm Salem only ing or the War Deparment, which nets bo soldiers on active duty, uniformed.
9 9:20 pm 11:20 pin Salem only i under the jurisdiction of the Adjutant subject to military discipline and with
21 11:15 nm 1:55 am 6:50 am General. tho nnv r.f n Tuiv-ifp
(North Bank Station (leaving Jefferson
Street, Jj and 20 minutes later.)
Train '' Leavo Arrivo
No. Eugene Salem
2 12:03 am 4:35 am
6 7:15 am
10 Ltd...... 7:33 am 9:45 nm
12 11:10 am
1 4 11:20 am 1:30 p:n
10 Ltd 135 pm 4:00 pm
!20 4:10 pm 5:30 pm
(Northjiank Station (Arriw Jefferson
street 13 minutes earlier. Leave
4 What is the object of the S. A.
10 How long will members of the S.
A. T. ('. remain in collesv?
The Army need9 90,000 officers. No N0 definite timc has been set, but
ft i '
t & it
T&H RECORD BREAKER RALPH
UKPALMA broke four records when
he won the Shopshead Jiay chamion
fihip and today he is the unquestioned
iiiqwrior of them alb In four of the
five heats be ahattered world's records.
promise is made by the Government probably from three to six months. It
that the successful prosecution of a col- seems likely, however, that eighteen
6:50 am!,l'K'? course under military instruction year old boys will remain in collcgo
9:25 ainjv, i'l guarantee the attainment of a com- during the cntire year.
1:30 am j uiission in the V. S. Army, but it is 11 What choice of studies does n
1:20 pmj clearly suggested that this iH the most member of thc S. A. T. C. have'
3:55 pni,,i,('l't' wa.v toward such a commission. In the curriculum of the Students
5:45 pin Noaryy ninety per cent of the present Army Training Corps the average num-
7:40 pm I of f '"' in tho National Army are said her of hours .aeh.wcok will be as fob
7:55 pm 10:00 pm0 college trained lnen. lows:
1 ue sinuciii-somicr win no giwn ma- Military subjects, including practical
iry insfruetion under officers of the instruction, theoretical military instriic-
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:25 am Northbound 9:45 am
12:12 pm Northbound 1:50 am
2:41 pm Northbound 4:00 pm
Army and will be kept under observi
tion and test to determine their quali
fications as officer-candidates, and
technical experts surh as chvniists, doc
tors, ect. After a certain rind the
men will be selected ncording to their
performance and assigned to military
10 pm .'"Z.'NorthboundZZ.5:30p,n!''lm-v I" ,"f. t!' f'int! ways
0:18 am Northbound 7:55 pm
8:35 am Southbound 9:57 am
10:15 am Southbound 11:33 am
12:50 pm '.Southbound 2:20 pm
4:15 pm Southbound 5:40 pm
6:40 pm Southbound 1..8:00 pm
When you use Journal classifi
ed ads get what you want them
to they work fast.
nomics, accounting, liistory, internation-
tion and physical training, 11 hours; al
lied subjects, including lectures, recita
tions, laboratory instruction; i.i.a Ue
necessary perparation theiefore, 42 hrs.
Each hour or lecture or recitation will
ordinarily requiiv two hours of super
The aliip.l stlbiccta will oiwliimrilv tip
a lie may, ne transferred to n con- selected (,, tw fllnin'lit. f.
trill Mincers training camp. IImIi. French, German, mathematics, phy-
b lie may be transferred to a 110,11- sics, chemistry, biology, geology, geog-
commissioned officers' training school, niphv, topography, and map 'making,
e- He may be assigned to the school meterologv astronomy, hvgk.ne', sanita.
where he is enrolled for further in- tion, descriptive geometry, mechanical
i.juMc v.uiiv in n rifL-cincii line ior a and freehand drawing
uiiiuiMi specuieu nine.
ii-iio may oc assigned to tlie voca- al law, military law and government,
tional training section of the Corps for psychology. Permission may be granted
technical training of military value. for the recognition as an allied subject
e-Ho may lie transferred t0 a tan- of ot ,noro than onp gunjpct out
tonme.it for duty with troops aa pri- the above list provided that it occupies
V&-"' ,. , c . m . ,. not "10r0 tlia" three hours in lectures
o-How , tn S. A. T O. organized? and recitations with corresponding time
The Students ' Army Training Corps for Sudy, j
cousins 01 iwo groups, oecuon wuica 12-Aro bovs uni'.-r 21 eligible for
. ... . . ; 7 . ""ovu onicers- commissionsf
uiiit? of high school cremt who receive Yes, the rule ha, been changed and
raining primarily intended to prepare anyone 18 year, of age or over and pos-
n i - h "."U,M"7S' anu ouc' 80SSlng the proper ability is eligible for
- vl K,,,,,..a. a commission.
enoo graduates wuo .win receive voca- 13-What physical requirements ate
tors, blacksmiths, automobile mechanic, All men must pass the regular Army
cement workers, etc. j physical examination. Medical and dent-
N'.ineoiio in Washington, D. C,
recently discovered that I'mu J
University of Oregon offers a in Portland are on tlio inercaw tt.
thive mouths nurses training course i inackerel, but mime of Ao ft!t
ireliininary to the hospital training jton iVllnvvg are keen chups.
course nt the government schools It ; ...
oftWs a four months course in business
training covering the work in short
hand, typewriting, office organization
and immurement, statistical methods
etc., on the successful completion of
which wonivn nre eligible to civil ser
vice appointments without further ex
amination. Full information regarding these
courses can be secured by writing the
Registrar, University of Oregon, Eu
18. When does the University of
Registration days nre Monday, and
Tuesday, September 801th and October
1st. Classes commence Wednesday,
No other remedy wl i
surely and quickly cormf
stomach ailments, rerf
tha liver and improve tfc
general health as a doseoj
Lwit Sile of Anjr MedUim Id lb fiU
i jlj evorfwicn. lo Boiu, 10c,iit,
(lenerni Pershing probobly feels that
he had a jiertVctly corking birthday j
Journal. Want Ads ftff
"HUNTER'S PARADISE" YET TO BE FOUND IN
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES AND ALASKA,
. ..si; ::-::i
' .. . , N ' f , wfi
V- Til 'iz:'uAf'.P'fi" i ?r?r
Poets and novelistf talk about the
''hunter's paradise." This still ex
ists, but it is no longer at the door
of the hunter, or even within a few
hours' journey. The last (rreat
haunts of the big game today nre
the Canadian Rockies and Alaska.
In these two places big game is yet
plentiful, and the reasonable sports
man who has nothing of the "game
hog in his system-and what good
sportsman has? may satisfy his
ambition to enjoy a few weeks of the
same sort of hunting that "Leather
stocking" Cooper's famous hero,
found at his very elbow, and to place
ob the walls of ha great hall or his
rfiT, V0,,nJhe' heads f moose,
deer, Rocky Mountain goats, bear
and other specimens as witness ot
his prowess as a marksman.
In the- Kootenays in Southern
British Columbia, the' sportsman
still can find within a few miles of
each other, what stands today as a
record list of big jrame, sfx different
animals, the moose, mule deer,
Rocky Mountain goat, Rocky Moun
tain sheep, caribou and grizzly bear
(ursus horribilis), the last named be
ing the 'greatest prize a North
American hunter can secure. The
Indians believed that the possession
of a necklace of grizzly bear claws
made a brave worthy of the name,
and the white hunter has always
made it a point to deal w-tn the
prizzly with the greatest prudence
because old "silver tip, ' "nen
wounded, is one of the mo.,. .ieroci
ous animals in the world.
It has been stated many times that
animals do not think, that instinct
tells them to do things, or not to do
"n.r. iallv think, nw -
" to the procf-
cijr cosed v ,.Maiis
mer, wnen w --
vents the hunt" & ,
standing- that : w kie, W
Canadian Pac.fio Kve p " .
altitudes. , ty 0f pfju
There r tb" f
and guides despite tncan f 1
Yer8f?e" the traiH" "5
when :i both 11 T