Loona Bimberton rides in an airplane, and Mrs. Packletide wishes to one up her by hunting a tiger. She hopes she can get on the newspaper and host a lunch-party.
Villagers, I will offer 1000 rupees to you if you can get me a tiger.
Mrs. Packletide and her assistant, Louisa Mebbin, set themselves up in a tree, ready to shoot. A loud goat is there to lure the tiger.
Mrs. Packletide fires her rifle. The tiger is dead, and the villagers are happy. However, Louisa Mebbin points out to Mrs. Packletide that the goat actually was shot and the tiger died of fright. Later, Mrs. Packletide has a party.
At a party, Mrs. Packletide dresses up as Diana, goddess of the hunt. A man suggests that people should wear skins of animals they have recently slain.
Louisa threatens Mrs. Packletide to tell everyone the truth about the tiger's death. In order to prevent that, she buys Louisa a nice house, and permanently quits any big-time hunting.