Roas Granger is building a very neat .íall on Maynard street near Liberty, riüeh will be called Granger's Hall, rhe roof 3 being put on this week. The building is three stories high, of brick, veneered, with a mansard roof, and is 92x45 feet in size. The dancing hall on the lower floor is 60x49 feet inside. In front of it are three reception rooms and toilet rooms for ladies. In the second story are reception, cloak and smoking rooms for gentlemen and the hallway on the second floor opens into a balcony overlooking the dancing hall. The building will be perfectly heated and ventilated and is intended for private receptions and parties. It will prove a desivable addition to our buildings for amusement purposes and will undoubtedly secure most of the dancing and social parties given by the societies and clubs. Fruehaufl & Sons, the contractors, have been doing good work on the building. Dieterle is making thirty-four red plush upholstered divans for the hall. Mr. Granger's academy of dancing will be more popular than ever in its new ciuarters.