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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 04, 1912, Image 22',
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Abdula Fiang,prince of the
house of Piang, the powerful dat
to, or sultairof Head- hunters -of
the Moro .district of the -'Philip-,
pines, has just arrived . in .San.
Francisco fpr.antpur df "thjb BJni.t--
ed btates. ' ?
According tp'his-, 'American
traveling compa nipps,'' "the
prince's mission is to' seelcwives
to take home with hini. V ,
Prince Piangbroughtwith him
his gold crovji,cfirs.-;r-obes and
He'is one qf 'the twenty-fouf.
livingsons o,f JDatto Piang.
His father, wtio'has forty-nine
wives, is"-said to "be dissatisfied
-wTfh Abdula" because he has but
one Wife, the 'daughter of theDat
toofrMondi. 'Abdular Piang will tpur this
country ,in3 company -with L. B.
KIdwell.za lumber merchant of
thecCalabato "district. '
u 'According, to KJdwell, the last
admoriftidndf )attb Eiang to his
sttnun leaving, the .-Philippines,
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