Clipped From Muskogee Times-Democrat
Ohio Woman Practices Law But is Devoted Mother and Wife as Well MRS. DORA SANDOE BACHMAN, LAWYER* ANJ3 DEVOTED, MOTH ER A^'DJBVIJFE. v ". ; : , : •' Mrs'.'"Bachman; 1m 'he* profession has taken a particular interest In pardons for convicts in the Ohio penitentiary, and ^as mode.several eloquent anneals to' the governor and styte'M" £ board." An accomplish F the Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 26>—-At- 1 though, busy with a lupratlva legal practice, Mrs. Dora Sandoe' Bacu- man, the first woman admitted to the 1yar in- Ohio, has not lost he«\ 'w&nM&l/'. identity In the wear .and tear of business life and 1s a devoted' mother and wife. .•; She is of a quiet, domestic bent, and out of office hours loves to occupy herself about her cosy home and with the duties of a well-kept household and the training of htr year-old b^by boy. Mrs. liachman's law partner If her husband, the firm name being Bachnian & Bachman. The two wore classmates at Ohio state university and were married shortly after thc-ir graduation in 1S97. Mr». Bachman Is a woman of great versatility, being presidont'of the Columbus Cremation society, prominently identified with the The- o.-:op.'iiral society and associated out safely, with several charitable and philan-' thropic organizations. She follows moiit of tho doctrines of Socialism, writes for magazines and Is a member of the Columbus Newspaper Wo in ^11*4 -club. ed''and. .utitertalntnfe talker end' "a woman 6f deep thought. Mrs. 'Bach' man la frequently Invited to appear on the programs of women's clubs. POOR HOUSE BURNS DOWN Wapakoneta, O., Sept. 25.--.Kiro today destroyed one building at the county infirmary and threatened others. There were forty Inmates but it Is believed that all were taken E. J. Phelps, No. 7, McKibban building, writes bonds. . For absolute satisfaction, telephone 001—Muskogee Steam Laundry.