The attention oí all persons eonnccted with, or interested in Sunday School work, is called to the faot that the thirty-seventh annual convention of the Michigan State S. S. association will be held at Port Huron, Nov. 16, 17 and 18. This gatheriDg being international and interdenominational in its spirit and aims, andwithal spiritual, edifying, educative in its methods, we can confldently commend it to the general patronage of the public. The committee would special ize a few matters: Pirsi, : The sessions will be held in the new and magnificent auditorium now approaching completion. Second : The program already adopted will be eminently practical and helpful, and ably sustaineci from outside the state by Alfred Day, general secretary of the Provincial association, Mrs. J. W. Barnes of New Jersey, a Primary worker of national renown, and E. O. Excell, of Chicago, who will conduct the song service; and by representative talent within the state. It is expected that some member of the International committee will be present. Third: One-half day will be given to a Field Worker's Conference, in charge of Mr. Day ; and a half day to Primary methods, the diacussion o! primary principies, etc., led by Mrs. Barnes, and in addition several important conferences will he held, independent of the regular program. Fourth : The Michigan R. R. association has granted a rate of one fare for the round trip from all points in Michigan. Dates for the sale of tickets, Nov. 15th and 16th. Return limit 19th, 1897. E'ifth: County and township associations are entitled to two delegates each, besides their oiiicers; and every Sunday School in the state should sene its Superintendent and one delégate. Sixth: Entertainment, so lar as lodging and breakfast is concerned, will be provided by the people at Pon Huron; dinners and suppers will be provided at 20 and 25 cents each. Program3 in f uil, with further details, will be supplied to the schools and workers soon. J. M. Davis, Kalamazoa, Pre?. Asso ! E. A. IIoügh, Jackson, Chair.Ex.Com Kalamazoo, Oct. 16, 1897.