A-yeq-ya ya-yaq-ya ho! Now, they cause themselves to be bound hand and foot, and being left alone a little while in the Kashime, they soon appear unbound. Thus in a certain ceremony, the représentatives, four in number, of the Four-Band village would sit in the west, while on the north side of the lodge would be arranged ail the remaining représentatives of villages except the last four, sitting in the order in which thev hâve been named, from east to west.
The account of the ceremony which is hère presented should be regarded as merely an outline.
The soûls of the shamans seem to hâve no portion with anv of the rest. The singing was simpler in character than on the first evening, and consisted for the most part, of solo and chorus, once or twice repeated. In fact such transfer may be taken as the principle of diffusion.
Mon Beau-père M'a Tué The coloring of this mask is drab and white.