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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 4 Pearls Mean Tears Summary

Miss Hemingway tells Bertie that her brother has lost a lot of money playing roulette at the casino, but in an attempt to make good he has written a cheque for one hundred pounds to a Colonel Musgrave, one of his parishioners. Now he has lost all the one hundred pounds again at roulette. He begs Bertie to lend him one hundred pounds, as he has to repay Colonel Musgrave before he returns to England that evening. Bertie gives the money to the Hemingways who insist on giving him a string of pearls as surety for the loan.

Jeeves had recognized the brother as a well-known character named Soapy Smith, and had surreptitiously recovered the pearls when he helped him on with his coat. He lays another, identical case, on the...

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