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THE MICHIGAN

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Chinese Rg
That are Different
"During the Ming period ( 1368-1643) when art in China was at a
high point of beauty, some very fine rugs were produced. Rare examples of
these and later rugs of fine quality have occasionally though rarely come to
America, but modern Chinese rugs generally speaking have fallen far short.
of these choice rugs.
There is now available, however, a superb type of Chinese rug which
compares very favorably with the best antiques. These rugs are Mrs. Franklin
Fette's, who supervises their making in her own factories in Peking, from the

buying of the superfine wool to its's dyeing, weaving,, and shipment.",
Good Furniture Magazine-A Trade Journal.)

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Tip-Top Table
A charming tuck-away or cof-
fee table-in English Brown
Mahogany finish.
Secretaries
Adaptations that reflect early
American masterpieces. Many
are solid mahogany. Some are
combination walnut and ma-
hiogany.
ovenor lintlirol) Desk
This magnificent,(desk is au-
thentically reproduced - 40
.nches long. Solid red ma-
htany except lid and drawer
fronts which are veneered!

MA\RTIN HALLER
112 East Liberty St.
Farnrisetng lkmes since 1882
Iff you do not care to take chances on furniture,
you wvill find a sense of tassurance in buying
furniture at this store. Our reputation means
furniture of sound construction and value at
priccs that are moderate.

A~est of Tables
Solid mahogany is this little
group of three tables, in rich
sheratone shade-$22.50.
Cedar Chests
Beautifully finished in natural
cedar-walnut chests cedar
lined. Springtime suggests,
p~rotection from moths. Buy
your chest now!

These rugs are sold at wholesale prices in Ann Arbor by Mrs. H. 13.
Merrick of 928 Church Street, who is American representative for the Fette
firm in the Mid West. Wholesaler as well as retailer.

Mrs. H. B. Merrick
928 CH-URCH STREET

Add Beauty, Comfort
an Extra Room to Your

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Peter 1.1111Is "SoIllethiing Differentll I tfilb ovies.
E veryonie will enjo4y it,
'CIcetcfsbouight frontk Ohe iomen ireu ccredited to lhe Leagule Fund.

PlIan your sun room-make it attractive with
wicker furniture-decorative finishes in Faun,
Frosted ' Brown, Taupe, Colorful Cretonnes,
Tapestrics, and Damasks. New spring selec-
tions !

Coxwell Chair
D)ecidedly a mians chair, lux-
uriouSlY comrfortable -iiigen-
uine leather or mnohair!

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Records
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2854-Swance Butterfly. Fox trot
River Boat Shuffle . Fox trot
Ishan Jones Orch.
2874-"Ah-ha" . . . . Fox trot
Oriolc Orch.
2 366--Just a Little Drink . Fox trot
Moonlight and Roses. Fox trot
Ray Miller Orch.

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Bright sunny dlays make one w~ant to
spend the whole day long out of doors?
And by arranging a living roomn out of
doors, on p~orch or lawn, this is easily
accomplished'! Studying may be done
pleasantly when a comfortable chair and 'r
convenient table are placed inl some shady
nook!
Extend your house for sum-mer
to, porch and lan

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Rustic Hickory
Sturdy old Mickory Furniture
mingles charmingly with garden
surtrounidigs andl finds itself at
ease on the v: 2randta as well. It
is economy to choose rustic
ljiece3 like tljese, so impervious
to storilis ani. 't essive Iest.
Chair;, $6 40; Roe-kern, $7. A;
Chinese Cane
Chnin e carie furiture with a
bait of black ornamentation gives
the porch or sun parlor an air
of originality and is very comn-
fortableC.
Quad ant flour G~lass chairs, $109.63
IDeepa, coufrn eiaale c ii, $214
Rounud ia ,le, $15
Arant chauir, $14
Chinese Reed
Chinese reed is an admirable
type of f urnish ing for porch or
e~ven lawn for it is delightfully
cool and comfortable for hot
weather use.
Riocker, $13.')4; Armu Chair, $12.5'
Lawn Swings
An Snglander lawn or porch
swing offers so many hours of
comf ort iand(Iease! The adjust-
a ble head mnakes it ideal for rest
- -the fine sp~rinlgs make it corn-
fortuabe enough for sleep.
II io diiu(fIilI, $2.3
In fancy deniji, $41
Lawn Bench
A slat lawn bench, easily moved
from siunny to shady spots at
will, is always anl attractive part
of, garden or lawn furnishings
and costs only $3.25.

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F°rom our most complete assembly of porch and lawn furniture it is a pleasure
to select furnishings for your out of door living room. For the porch you
will find reed and fibre pieces, Chinese cane or Chinese reed while for the
lawn the sturdy hickory furniture is most popular. You will be delighted
with our display of summer furniture.
(Third Floor)

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