Chelsea, Mich., Oct. 14. - Next Monday and Tuesday evenings the Passion Play of Oberammeragau will be presented at St. Mary's chucrh. The tableaux are faithful reproductions of the sacred drama as performed by the peasants. The Chelsea Standard contains the f ollowing : ' ' Some person last Tuesday either by accident or else deliberately shot a thoroughbred Shropsliire ram, valued at $35, the property of Geo. T. English [and the shooting was done on bis farm. The iirst indication that Mr. English had that anything was wrong was Tuesday e veiling, when the animal seemed to be sick, and on Saturday when the animal died and the pelt was removed, it was found that it had been shot in the breast. " Jacob Luick, of Lima, is recovering from a broken collar bono. While the was driving to Chelsea, he turned out to let a team pass by which wanted the whole road and his horse shying he was thrown out of his carriage. Joseph Bower, of Sharoii, broke h's ribs the other day by falling out of a tree, while picking apples. A township Sunday school convention of Lyndon, Sylvan, Lima and Sharon will be held at the Cougregational church tomorrow afteruoon and eveuing. Papers will be read in the afternoon by Nathaniel Lawd on "Youth is the best time to study the Bible" and Mrs. M. J. Hill on "Compensations of Sunday school work, " which will be followed by discussions. In the evening Prof. E. C. Goddard, of Ann Arbor will deliver an address. The Chelsea schools have an enrollment of 339, including 34 non-resident dudüs.