Saginaw, March L9. - The second day's session of the State Epworth League convention began at 6 o'clock Wednesday uio'ruing and continued all day, closing in the evening with an addrese by Bishop Ninde on '-What the C'hurch Expects of the Epworth League," bef ore an audience that filled the large church to overfiowing. The addresses of the day vere on the literary, social, mercy and help and junior depavtments of the league work, and were all of the greatest interest. Rev. Edwin A. Schell of Chicago, general secretary, and Rev. Joseph F. Berry. editor of the Epworth League, were among the speakers. The others being prominent in church worlc throughout the state.