A Monroe dispatch to the Detroit Free Press, yestertlay. contains the following: "The nomination of IIon. Edward R. Gilday, today, by the Democr.its as their caudidate for Circuit Judge of the twenty-second district, is eorniiiouded by everyone irrespective of party and received by the Democrats with enthusiasm. Mr. Gilday was bom and raised in Monroe county and isja gradúate of the law departinent of the Michigan University. lie has served the county two terms as clerk, two terms as prosecuting attorney and was twice elected mayor of the city. He takes a deep interest in educational matters and was for several years a member of the board of education. He has long ranked as one of the leaders of the Monroe county bar and as a man and a citizen no one stands higher in the community than he. If elected, and there seerns no room for doubt, Mr. Gilday will bring to the bench a thoroughly judicial mind, well trained and cultivated by ripe scholarship and a large and variecl practice of 'nis profession.