marquis, second of the five orders of ancient Chinese nobility 五等爵位[wu3 deng3 jue2 wei4] / nobleman or high official
The marquis and Rosa Luxemburg are throwing darts at a curling stone (which resembles the strokes above 失 and is held up by Hamlet) in the outhouse's kitchen. Since the curling stone is made of granite, there is no chance that one dart will ever stick to it.
Hamlet (h) and a monkey (猴) are watching a huge portrait of the marquis (侯) holding a dachshund (犭) on his lap in the outhouse's kitchen (ou2). Hamlet recognizes the murderer of his father in him an shakes his fist at him, while the monkey mocks him by making funny faces and sticking out his tongue.