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TIRED CfFSHiONAgiE;;IDL;IiqGrSHE GOES ON STAGEP
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San Francisco, CaL, Jan." 18.-"
Miss Grace "Sanderson has tired
of fashionablef loafing- un'der. the
name of society; ;so' she's "going'on
the stage: . 1 ,'
Miss Sanderson-' 'is a grand
daughter "of- George Sanderson,
.who was- o'iice-cmayor-of'- San"1
Mrs. E. M. "Allison. -,-j
Francisco, -and one of former
President Cleveland's ' bosoms
friends. ' ?
Gen. I. J.- Sanderson is her un- '
cle. Many ofthe other men of het
family are in the army.
' With. Mrs. 'Edward Martin Al-a)
lison, -wife . of a San Franciscd3
stock broker, who has written "the 1
sketch in which they will appear,
Miss Sanderson will begin shortly;"?
an engagement in New York.
The play is called "La Ques-J
tion"' It was written by Mrs. Al-'l
lison, after." she had read Robert
Chambers'1 "The Common Law''
arid-the Jplo't-based upon that?
-- H'er'stage.name is to be Estelle ,
Valerie,-&Iso 'inspired by Chairf-
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