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Bee, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1922, Danville, Virginia THE DANVILLE REGISTER 1'reKji, David Lawrence Mring- ing Father and Mutt Sunday portion. City delivery 60c a month. leas 5 per cent. montlm In advance. 10 per cent. 13 months in advance. My mail 60c a month. 'A 1 >car. 1922 FICTION SERVICE The IJccV llt'jL' 'ficUnn cervloo will content of a com- plete novel, written by the best known every two vveokn. To get the, nine -comlcn that appear daily in The It would require the purclriHins of at Metropolitan papers. Associated Presa service. FOl'NDEJ) FEBKUAJiY, 18W. NO. -------------------------------------------------5----------------------- DANVILLE, VA.. KiillMV 1922 PRICE: TWO CENTS Withers Is Renominated Caucus Determines Judge- ship Matters ,Judge West Winning Supreme Court Vacancy Clement De- feats Aiken. (Special to The Bee RICHMOND, Va, Jan. Democrats in the Legislature m ca.u- tonight nominated the following opposition Insurance Oom- mifcsioner, Joseph Bntton. Circuit W. Coleman, Norfolk, fifty. Judge George J. Hud- loy, of Farmville; thirteenth, Judge Cl'aggett B. Jones, of King ar-d Queen; seventeenth. Judge F. B. Whiting, of Front. Royal; twentv- first. Judge A. A. Campbell, of Ville. Norfolk civil justice. James V. Goode; Richmond civil justice. AY. C. rruckei. Corporation court oi Buena Vista, Judge R. L. Gardiner. Ail tne foregoing take office February 1st, j.uccepding These were named T, ithout oppo- sition to succeed as of February 1, l'J2i- Court Judge, Robert R Prentis. of Suffolk fudges of Circuit Judge T. X Haas, of Harrisonburg. Judge O.'-L. Fletcher. "6th; Judge W. E. Burns, Lebanon, 27th. Judge B. D. Whit--. Beach, 28th, Judge E. T. Gordon. Lovingstone. 29th. For Norfolk 1 i nancei court-Judge Richard T-- Law and Equity Court l.ich- inond. Judee B T Crump Corpor- ation "ourt, Frcderi.-ksuurf. j-dfc- .Tohn T Goolnck; Corporation co .ri. 'Petersburg, Judge .1 M MuHe'i. C or- fourt of Danville, Judce D f> Corporation 'jl Alexandria, Judge KoDinaon Moncure: corporation court of lud-e F P Christian, L-w Chancery Court of Roanoke, Judge SS? Fell, West, of Sussex. made a member of Uic Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia defeat-
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