Police stop Likhodeyev Moscow Rimsky Treasurer."'
Disregarding the Pretender of Yalta, Varenukha tried again to locate
Stepa by telephone and could not, of course, find him anywhere. While he was
still holding the receiver in his hand and wondering where to ring next, the
same woman came in again and handed Varenukha a new envelope. Hastily
opening it Varenukha read the text and whistled. ' What is it now? ' asked
Rimsky, twitching nervously. Varenukha silently passed him the telegram and
the treasurer read the words :
' BEG BELIEVE TRANSPORTED YALTA WOLANDS HYPNOSIS WIRE POLICE
CONFIRMATION MY IDENTITY LIKHODEYEV.'
Rimsky and Varenukha put their heads together, read the telegram again
and stared at one another in silence.
'Come on, come on! ' said the woman irritably. ' Sign here. Then you
can sit and stare at it as long as you like. I've got urgent telegrams to
Without taking his eyes off the telegram Varenukha scribbled in her
book and the woman disappeared.
'You say you spoke to him on the telephone just after eleven? ' said
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