Thank you so much. Good night, Holmes and Dr. Watson.
You're welcome, a horse groom.
Thank you for inviting me to your wedding, Adler.
We don't know.
Oh, my gosh. Are you all right, cir?
In the end of the conversation among three men, Holmes stated that he and Dr. Watson would do their best to help the king. Then, the king left Holmes'.
One day, Holmes pretended to be a drunken horse groom to contact with Irene Adler. Then, she helped him and took him to her and G. Norton's wedding.
Here are a photograph and letter we found.
Thank you, Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Holmes also pretended to be a clergyman. When Holmes and Adler went out the church, they were caught in the fight by two men. Holmes fell down because of them.
Adler took him to her home, but Dr. Watson was waiting for Holmes' sign outside her home. He throw a smoke rocket into her home and yelled "Fire". Adler heard the voice, and she run for the photo as Holmes expected.
Finally, Holmes succeeded in fining a photograph of Irene Adler and letter. He told about all facts that the king wanted to know, so the king thanked Holmes and Dr. Watson.