ïlie republican judicial convention for the Washtenaw and Monroe district renorninated Judge Kinne at Dundee Wednesday. The convention was an enthusiastic one, for one wbich had so little work cut out for it and nothing marred the uoanimity of the occasion. The convention was called to order in the Pockliugton hotel, in Dundee, by John F. Lawrence, chainnan of the judicial eommittee. Elihu II. Wadsworth, of Petersburg, was elected chainnan of the meeting and O. E. Butterfield, of Ann Arbor, seeretaiy. Tliecoramittee on credentials consisting of C. G. Morris and John F. Lawren.-e reported the delegations f uil. Atur completing the organization, Hou. A. J. Sawyer presented the name of j udge E. D. Kinne for the judicial nomination in a lñ minutes speech in wlneïi He pointed out the excellencies of the judge 's character and work upon the bench. Upon motion of John F. Lawrence the rules were suspended and the nomination .was made by clammation. O. E. Butterfield, of Ann Arbor, and John W. Billmire, of Monroe, were appointed a committee to wait upon Judge Kinne. Judge Kinne appeared and in a short speech thanked the convention for the honor they had conferred upon hitn. The judicial committee was then appointed consisting of W. W. Wedemeyer, O. E. Butterfield, F. A. Stivers, of Washtenaw, C. G. Morris and J. W. Billmire, of Monroe. Thereupon the convention adjourned.