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ROOMS AND BOARD.
S AT URD A Yv AFTER
NOON AND EVENING
.Take East Ankenv (E. A. )
xar out Sandy RoadandUFOR rktt HousKKKKrofa
off at Wiberg Lane. You
are our trueSts in order that
' . , ' a I TWO fiirntahed bow
you mayseeourbeautiful lK-mtn-. separate
. a a j i r ' m i -
iraci ana ien your inenas
about it. More than' one
fourth of the lots are already
HAMILTON BLDG. .
! T T tkhM OV rlM.k. I U, '
' ton I. iam, 2t. f ."-
j sauries ja. Muiger, liWBim, unn. XV. aaa
'Awa V- Uadley, So. T".
' . Tlydo M. Swlnney. t4. and Delia Taylor, SO,
: 1 ' Benjamin N. BeyaoMa. Sbeltoe, Washington,
- una aa . rJisncns rinor, .
crjj V7AXTr3 tiXlu.
WANTED it enre, a rig builder (or all
Seld. near 'Port land. Don't answer It Bot
uiwrUanl. Addreee, S SUB, Journal.
WANTEO Hklnfl.rs. CM at Clevelaad am
end haw at., or phone Bast 1871.
WAXTED Bar about ) rears old to raa -
reads, atr.. In wholesale koaaa; steady aoat-
twai. aaareaa w sun. care .-unreal.
CbJoage Dye Works,
ri eteedy Job,
WANTED Errand boy; one wltk wheal prs.
- tarred good wages. fCuatat Printing te..
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Lady - or gentleman to do type-
. writing aaa piunl or Ilea warm. May work
a. If or fall days. Aeniracy an4 naataaaa
mriojiry. la anavarlnf atata azparlMM
aaa aalary mpactM; alao ftva teiepBooo aula
bar, It an. Addraaa N. M, Journal.
SITVATIONS WANTED MALE.
WAWTED Rlroattoa aa atablaaaji br nlddla
ar4 alngla awai llrarr not prafarabw. A4-draaa-
B 3d, cara Journal.
, WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A famJahad
Uf Baaca fa
WANTED ' MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED At aara; a fcoaaallka aLr with ra.
apartau ramiir rnr two nttia (iria, a ana
family harlot no aaull ehlMraak Wlllln to
paj aiz tm
yaara of aaa. Would prafar
ith tor their care.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
COOL. BMdarn; antelde room a; waat alda. AM
Morrlaon. Prlrata tamllf, flat 10. i
NEWLY rnrnlabad front parlor, eultahla : fat
two. Modern ronrenUDcea aantlaaiam Bra
farrea. S6T Third at.
SU WA8HINQTON Booma and board. $2t an.
Tabhj board. 4.M. i, -r:
07 SIXTH Lara rnotn. amaU kltchan. far
nlahad for Uaht honaehaaplaci aaar aoatoffka.
entrance, wo Clay at.,
' FOR RENT HOUSES
saat xnira at., earner rwo..
rOR KENT Oottaca 4St Waahlnrtoa at..
lath, inqnira ao. AOlnctoa iuf.
FOR RENT A S-rooni eottaaa on Eaet Third
at., north, batajaen Haaeoek and Behnyler.
NICE s-ronaa cottata. raa ranre,- electric llftata;
alao yard. 16A Cut Blith iL, near htorrlaon.
OKARUABT PAEK'-Kew, nlealy fantahed aot
tare, a roonw ana zoo aouare reet of norcn,
for the atoaU of July. Addraaa B. 0. W.,
M Blith at., city. Main UU.
i BUSINESS CHANCES.
GOOD paytnc raataarant, with complete aate
or ntenaiia, aoaa tountain, two lea creem-cone
machinea, ate.)' extra ajood kcatloai cheap
thla week. ' Par complete tatormatlon apply
of owner, 811 Will lama are.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
OilOO FEET near Eaat Morrlaen, on 14th
at., will divide: cboireat raw In real de ace
, Iota oa the naarkat, dna tWw thla la aaay
, walking dlatance. good for boom or la reet
hMat. a.SX. aaay terme.. :
. W. J. Day & 6., '
...... EM Rtark, rama fj,' ,
MIm Annie Russell, Who Appear! Tonl.ht In
. . Dream."
"A Midsnmmer Night's
RAGE Oil TODAY
Will Be First ' Contest for
of the Pacific Coast
y BEATEN BERKLEY
FOB SALE Oat flowara for apodal OaeoratJoa
. oar eracra. paruea, ainnara. Bella taoaaatt.
' ucaiey ureea auuoa. nt- joana ear.
bldg, aaraae Foarth aad Washington, eta.
' Toaaath a Co.,
klada. 1M Slath
florlata, fat flowara a
, JWgna.' SW) karrlaaa at, -
- Fall draaa gatta for reet, all
Tailoring Co. tW Stark at.-..
WEDDINd INVITATIONS-La te aad beat: (
per juu. a., m. nawa iot intra ai.
SICE May M, ta Mr.
DOT riarkaotaa atreet. a danghter,
and Mra. Loan) Rica,
BAIXIN May IL to Mr. and Mra. F. A. Bai-
lln.,614 Eart Oak atreet, a eon.
UAX6n May S2, to Mr. and Mra. J. El a
. aV later a, . Wx M.m . .a.e.eWa.
. , BARRON May SO. to Mr. and Mrs. William L,
Barron. U5 Rnaa atreet. a aon.
- BLACK Ht'RN Mar 1. to Mr. and Mra. laaM
r B. Blarkhnrn.. 4.UI Mlener atreet. a eon.
MAIEBHOFER May IT. ta Mr. and Mra. Mich
ael hUlarhorar, IS KUllngaworU araoaa, a
JACKHO-4 May . to Mr. and lira. William
H. Jarkaoo, W9 Rodaey areaee, a danahter.
i " PHILLIPS May U. to Mr. and Mra. Wilbur
rblinpa, 14 Kaat Berentn atreet. a son.
- SAUVIC May 17. ts Mr. and Mra. Alfred T.
' flanrle. 4J0 Wtueo atreet,. a ana.
. SAMNtTEEN May 24. to Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
r-ai iruaia?aE, Briars ft jii utuiay m ruaFay, ai aisuiniaT,
? TYRKLI May IX, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
John Tyrell, 10s Pennoyar awset, a son.
' IAMBS May S". to Mr. and Mrar. Richard C.
i iim tT.Lu.M... tefik .
rai-ta-fAUARD May t. to Mr. and Mra. Pierce
"" atreeta, ana.
LA TT A May in. to Mr. and Mrs. Jobs Latta,
oM Irrlng atreet. a daughter.
SMITH May IB,, ts Mr. and Mra. Mortimer
Loralna Smith, 4dl Kut Twelfth atreet, a
PETER" May S4, to Mr .and Mra. J. N.
Petera, IBta. a daughter.
UNDKTROM Ma 8. to Mr. and Mrs. Oaear
i. Llndatrom, 101 Oil re atreet, a daughter.
KEVINS May FT. Charlra L. Nerlaa, aged
4d yeara; mnrdered.
WALKER May 80, Baby Walker, 4H Sixth
' atreet ; atlll born.
ROBINSON May 2. Mra. Mary B. RnMnann,
aged ST yaara, 4S Market street) Brlgbt'a
CO RLE Y May SB. Jnha for ley. aged Tl yeara,
, T months and SO daya, at Homa for tba Aged!
senility. - .
SCOTT May SB. ' Frank " Scott, colnred, aged
IT yeara; eerabro eplnaj menlngltle.
BARRETT May SB. Mra. Minnie May Barrett,
aged 88 yeara. . 1088 , North Twentieth atreet)
general septicaemia. '
GREEN May XK Martha Oreaa. aged 11 yeara,
. t months and S daya. WIS Belmont atreet;
NICOLAI May 1 18. Mra. Marraret Nicola 1,
aged 8 yeara, Sd Haaaalo atreet; Brlgkt'a
MOORK May SO, Alfred Moors, aged T years
aar-sj nay a, nu rinn aesnus; aenuity.
tLT May 14, Luther Shely, aged 40 yeara)
OWN Ma BO. Mrs. Elisabeth Brown, a red
80 yeara. S months aad Id days, 787 Ma rah at
atreet; .senility t
FAILING At the family realdeifce, BBS Second
. atreet, thla city, May 80, I0OT, Uaale A.,
, danghter of Byron C. aad Flora B. Falling;
aged K9 years. Notice of fimaral haraafter.
CNPKRWOOD At realdencs i Tenth atreet.
May 81, IBOT, Edith Violet Underwood. I
a i i i e 1 1 a
FORCKD la avrra ant, ataat aril sat ettr elanrt
by Jans Tl bargain prlcea. The Swlaa Floral
Co., IIS TancouTor arenas. Phone Baaj asTO.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
w A NTnn A woman ta do kitchen
privets bearding haaas. 14 Fifth at.
TWO enllelrnre an houeehoM aneclaltlea; good
return for few houra' work. Cn8 Third at.
WAWT A woman
ana ben: a'-
a, 1 'a k . t.
3.1X10 BUT 8 good Ooncord baggy.
uia ex., cor ear ox awunoat. .
250 DOWN for new. strictly Modern f -room
cottage, 1 block from ear Una, ales reeldenea
dlatrlct; balance oa monthly pay awn ta. Mai
... sniy pi.mw. , , . , .
W. J. Day. & Co. :
kb Stark atreet.' ' ."1'' '
Eaat ST and Alder, 88.400; In-
l aarleaon Co., 411 GemmercUl.
Rtvce W1U Be Rowed on Lke Wash
Ington. Oyer Four-Mile Coarse and
, W1U Begin at , 0 VOodc Conv
parlsoai of Ciewa------ '.-
AT THE THEATRES
- "Never Again" at the Baker.
"Narar Again" le to bo the bill at the
Baker next week. It h I Franch maalcal
fares that will be aura ta plsasa Baker audl-
aacaa and tners la a great deal of Intareet la
Ita productlaa. The play aaa been tmeaonooly
popular where rar produced, and la tba haads
of tba Baker esmpaay will carta Is ly be a
':, h: First Day at the Oaks. - A
' BTsrybodV want to the Oaks yesterday; at
naai rt aaemaa that srsrybody want, for di
laa- tha day and laat Bight tlwsaanda w
admitted ta attend tus formal opening sf the
big park. Tha place ta aa Ideal -ana for reet
and recreation, whlla for those who are fond
of ndale nothing mars enter tale tag soald
found than Hchllaonyl'a Hungarian band. The
youngsters mads a great hit yesterday and
wars frequently applauded. There la to he
aa elght-mlnute ear service to tba park thla
OIL. oil; buy boms la tba eoatnf booaa ces-
rr. eianK roooie, nacn. paniry. ate, com.
plete; lot 40x100, beat location la Lenta.
81.477; 8800 caah, terma aa balance. A bar-d
a; av owevr, eievin, aaam aKTSOt, asar
SEVERAL ales lots ta one of Portland'a moat
beautiful aa herbs for sale at a bargain. .Ad-
areas a-ostoriics box a, fort land. ur. . '
HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS.
FOR SALE Chean. a anaa of cheataut veld
tngs. flaxes maaa and tall, well matched.
thoroughly city broke, all yeara old;
. road team In Oregon. Also practically new
Concord top buggy and kpleadld set of buggy
.ntrneae. must pe seen to as appreciate!!.
Write lock boa No. 468. city, or call on G.
.P. MrDermott. Mount Scott car Use, Basel-
wiia station, s wsinut st.
BARTER AND EXCHANGE.
Addraaa S. 8U0
.TRANSFER AND HAULING.
PRNINKULAR ,-Bxpreas a Baggaga Transfer,
7 Aioer at. rnons Main gin.
DALLAS TO HOLD
, ; i FOURTH TWO DAYS
" (Bpeilal Dhpatrh ta The JournaL) '
DsJUnS Or., May tl. Tha finance
committee) appointed (o solicit funds for
tna irourm or July ceisDration la mset-
inr with areat success, in on tvsn-
ina'a work 1 688 was subscribed tty mar
chants and buslnesa men. Tha cxrnimlt-
ir. vaiw, roi.n n.riy , l.VIV .jlUt X.X1S
two days'tlrflyratlOTlr-'Tlllnon Ford of
Salem will deliver Uia annual addraaa
to tha'ploneera July 8. Tha orator for
tba Fourth has not rat bean selected.
Two bands will be sngagsd for both
days, and each afternoon will be siven
over to sports and games. About 1200
will b spent for fireworks. Insuring; a
rood electrical display on tha night of
July 4. The. Goddess of Liberty will
be appointed by the executive oommlt
tea, thus doing- .away with the voting
proposition entirely Dallas Is enjoying
tha most prospsroue year In her his
tory, end the business men- are going
to respond liberally--to make this the
blggeat' celebration ever - held in Polk
eounty. . - . . , - . , -
BAKER CITY TAKES ' ,
IN NO BAD COIN
Baker City, Or., May 11. The discov
ery- by government officials ef numerous
counterfeit coins in eastsrn Oregon has
caused many people In this section to
become uneasy for fear ef having soma
of the spurious bad money round, which
leaves room for a suspicion that it
might be floating In any . community
In tha eastern part ef tha state. The
matter has been Investigated In so far
bs It pertains te Baker City, .and the
reeult Is moat satisfactory, as not one
of . the bYnka of this city has taken a
counterfeit coin and none la familiar
with the location of the bogus money.
However, oashlers here ere- using unus
ual care .la. the examination ef money-1
ot.'ered. t . . " ,
(Special Dispatch ta The Journal.)
Seattle, May - II. The flrat eight
oared rowing championship of the Pa
ciflo coast is the prlss for which crews
representing the University of Wash
ington - and Stanford university . will
struggle on Lake Washington this even
Ing. Stanford haa already prover her
superiority over, the University of Cali
fornia. . '
Tha race will begin at t o'clock and
be over a four-mile course. Everything
considered. Stanford seems to - have
slightly the better chances for the race
this afternoon. Her men are more ex
perienced and In better condition. Sad
ler ef the University of Washington
crew Is convalescing from an attack of
quinsy, and big ' Klrby, the heaviest
man In the boat. Is suffering slightly
from the same disease. .
. Washington had much better faclli
ties for practice than Stanford, and
thla may tend to offset the advantage
the visitors have In health and experi
ence. There la some- difference In the
stroke ef the two crews. Waahlngton's
stroke Is long and - sweeping, while
Stanford's Is shorter and mora choDDV.
In rough water tha latter1 will find her
stroke very advantageous. If the water
le smooth, Washington's stroke will
be more effective. Stanford's form Is
not so good aa Washington's, ea the
men do not pull so evenly.
Zimmerman, tha visiting captain, ts
one of the best oaramen on tha coast.
Ha was a good man before he came
to the college and haa Improved much
since. He will be a eltadel of strength
In the Stanford shell. Oay, Cole aad
Conant are more experienced than any
of the Washington men, among whom
Captain G lost or Is the best water man.
Washington has been practicing for
a long race all season and will prob
ably have more endurance than her
opponents, while the Crimson oarsmen
are not so used to long sprints end
would be mora at home In a shorter
race. This, than. Is an advantage for
the U. of W.
It Is thought that fully 10.000 persons
Wtrr-witness the big contest. . Boat
racea here before' have drawn crowds
numbering In the thousands and there
Is every reason to believe that jtoday'8
crowd will surpass all others.
The personnel of the two crews le as
follows; ;. - - - - -
BVANFORD. , ,
Naeie. v' Weight,' Height
Conant, stroke ......... 188
Houston,, No. T 1ST
Oay, No." a"..... 1T
Patrick, No. 6 148 - ,
Zimmerman CV No. 4. 18S
Cole, No. S ...181 '
Wondrlea. No. 1....... 141 ,
Pitting, bow .......... 170
Turner, ooxswaln .....10l
Average weight lit pounds.
Name. " ...... . .Weight
Oloater (captain, stroke 188
O'Brien, No. T HI
Klrby. No. 8 , 171
Jervtst No.- 174
Willie, No. I.-..,..... 17
Lovejoy, No. 1 181 '
Saddler, No. ,......., 1(8
Lowry, bow Ill
McLean.' eoaxswaln... 108
t il ,
Average weight, ltlfc peunda
Royal Honors to Prince Fnshiml.
Vancouver, - B. C, May II. Prlnos
Pushlmt will ..pasa through . Vancouver
en June II an route te Japan, He will
be accorded brilliant reoeptlons In every
city la Canada.- Royal sslutss will be
flrod at Quebeo on tha arrival of his
imperial hlgbaeos and, here en his departure.
. . Marqaam Draws Crowds. ,
- Istersst ta the San Franc lace Opera company
at the Marqaam continues ana bated. There
are eras; dad houses at every perrormanee, and
there la not a company In America that has
more right to claim tha attention It la receiv
ing. It 4s doubtful If such muale haa erer
seea offered at tha prlcea which prevail at
the Marquatn. "The strollers," the bill st
the Marqaam this week, has made a great
hit, one reaapa tor which la tha a) meat soa
tlnaous appearance af Teddy Webb, the come
dies, aeon the stage.
Baker Company Scores Heavily.
Although the Baker company has made n
Bnmerabls aneceaaea thla eeaeon. It haa Beret
presented a plsy that brings mare wholeeome
snd genuine delight than "The Dairy Farm,"
which ha the bill at tba Third atreet bouse
this wsek. It la dietlnctlvely a pastoral play.
dealing with rural characters In a email village
la Mew York. There Is sa abundance ox na
mes Interest, sad the stags eat tiara are equal
.to U4 standard ef the Baker. ,
: 1 HJironelrona. .1 .
Charles Lecocq'a epsrkllng comle opera,
T.lrofle-Olroru." will be revived next week
at the .Marquees Grand by the Ban Franc teco
Opera company. It wiu ha the riret tioie tuts
opera haa been beard ta thla etty at many
years. "Glrone-Olrona" was tns opera which
ntaoe Lillian Knaaeu rameua, una leaoy weon,
whe will plsy the father of the twins. Glrofls
snd Glrofls, st the Marqaam next week, was
with Mlse RosaeB. '
narheet Ruaala." ' a melodrama la which
Bart Icy Campbell starred for many years, will
the attraction st the Btsr I Desire asxt
weeh. eommeorln Monday evening. - All who
sre Intereatad la sosdltloas ta Rsaeta, aa well
aa those woe almply seek amusement, will find
Darkest Russia" a play not to ne miaeeo.
Charles Couriers and Lillian a Field will be
added to tba company next week., .
..: "Wedded but No Wife." !
Bertha M. Ciay'a dramatlaad novel, 'Wedded
But Ne Wife." ta what the public Ukss, ert
deutly, lodging from the eteadlly Incraaalng
attendance st the Stsr theatre this week. Each
performance sees am people attending and
each audience hj equally eathoslaatla. Tns
atock company Is bow ens of the strongest sa
the Pacific enact. Matlnsa tomorrow alternooa
and ' not her Sunday, . . -
Where Laaghter Reigns.
From the moving plcturea ta Earl and W ll
ano, the musical sketch team, the program that
week at the Grand is a series or tip-top epe-
elalttes. There are ae dull moments snd each
anmber la gingery. Powell,.' the magician,
gives eosae atartllng trk-fca, all alalght-of-oand,
and Cashing snd Merrill do -a travesty sa
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Anthony oag Cleopatra which ao ens' aaa re
sist. -.. .
Annie Ruseell at Helllg Tonight.
The moat gorgeous aad effective stags prss.
entatlou ef Bhakeapeara'a "A Mldeummer
Night's Dresaa," which haa Sea been revealed
la New York, cornea direct from Its trlnmpha
at the New Aetor theatre to the Helllg theatre.
sonignt for two nights with ea epedsl price
m'tlnee ' tomorrow, when the alattngslahed
artreea, Annie Hnaaell, will appear ta what Is
probably the- saoat delightful flgurs la Bhake
apeara'a wrltlnga, "Pnch," or Robin Osedtellow,
wa uBcuruaxa apini ox miscaiet.
Mrs. Leslie 'Carter Nest Week.
The attendance at the Helllg theatre next
Thursday and Friday nights and Saturday after.
soon, June u. f and 8, will be the dlatlngalahed
actreac, Mra. Leslie Carter, la "Du Barry;"
Saturday night; "Zaaa." Seat aale opsaa Best
Tneaday, June 4. . ' - ' i " t "
' Children. Matinee;
Temorrsw at the Lyrle there will be a spe
cial children's matinee, when Mate Varna Fel
toe and the A lies stock company will bs sssa
la the delightful comedy -drama, -'-Polly Prim
rose," which haa pleased tboueaade ef people
during tha weak. There ere beautiful eeenae
that will Charm the children.. Metises Sun
day, too: hut time Sunday evening. Seats may
be ordered by telephone. ' '
"Sins of the) Father.
Beat hale opens Sunday' morning at the Lyrle
boa office for Mtae Varna Feltoa aad the Allen
stork company la the sueeesaful melodrama,
"Sins ef the Father,"-which spaas Monday
evening fur a week's run. with asattneea Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday sad Bender. "Bine
of the Father'. la a melodrama eat ef the
ordinary. . "
eald-Blaad, Boalp Diseases Cured Tay
. "TBn8 XOUBBuf Ot BUsVOBObT."
Druggists refund money If Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Otl.falla. " ' He, ;
GKEAT COAL STRIKE
- 'MADE AT MEDFQKD
rBoeclal Dlapatch to The JoursaLI
' - Medford, Or., May tl. A large de
posit of the best ooal yet dlsoovsred In
Oregon has been opened five miles east
ef Medford by parties, whe have been
prospecting - the - field for several
Itching, torturing skin eruptions, dl
figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan'a
Olntutent brings quick relief and laat
Ing cures. . Fifty cents at any drug at ore.
Sixteen yeara in Portland. Ocnoaed
to Deroetuai iranonises, Aj. - ex.. imvia.
I on ballot.
' Zant Bhallv 9anla.t
Burkhard'e hall, K Burnaide A idrand.
- -.- i v.
Pref erred Bhock Oannad qsssav '
Allen La wis Best Brand.
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is made for floors and
all interior woodwork.
As a floor paint nothing
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been mad e. Floors
painted with iit require
very little attention-
can be readily cleaned by
wiping with, a damp
cloth. ; US mixing or
mussing with Stainfloor ;
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Any one can apply it
Dries . over night . so
floors can ' be - used next
day. tVery ' durable
does not scratch, mar or
show heel marks pos-1
1 a a . . ' i
bcsscs a nign lusxre not
slippepr. ' Stainfloor. is
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shades one gallon cov
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coats. Gallon, . $2.75;
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75c; pint, 45c ..
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TEIi'IS, CRESS fi CO.
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145 FIRST STREET
The Popular-Wide Awako
iers of Portland
" A house you can depend on.
. Ini pursuance of pur policy
we have provided for June buy
ers. On account of our largs..
sales during April and May
months we re-ordered on light
weight clothes to send us
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We are in receipt, for your inspection, of late orig
inated fabrics in fancy serges, suitings and worsteds
Come to where the Best That's Made in Men's
Apparel Is Sold.,- ;,- . ',:tr
OUTLET CLOTHING CO.
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, Northeast Corner, Morrison and 5 First Sts.
STRAWS INDICATE WHICH WAY
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Your Straw Hat With This Label ;
Indicates the DLST $3 HAT in the Vc;!