But the loathesomeness of being scorned for that infamous woman of the dance-hall—!
Even in the saloon and dance-hall we told tales of the shop!
Hardly had he disappeared into the dance-hall when a low whistle came to their ears.
Hough led Neale across the room to where he could look into the dance-hall.
A few doors below, and on the same side of the street, is the dance-hall that was Bose King's-.
"Take me in there," said Joan, conscious of her own excitement, and she indicated the dance-hall.
Jackson was a handsome young fellow, and Hallock set a woman on him—a woman out of Cat Biggs's dance-hall.
That dance-hall, however, was beyond any creation of Joan's mind.
She stepped into the dance-hall like a queen going forth to address devoted subjects.
No one had ever heard such a speech from the huge owner of the dance-hall.