'A lot of rubbish! More of his practical jokes,' said Varenukha
confidently and asked : ' Shall I take this envelope all the same? '
'You must,' replied Rimsky.
Again the door opened to admit the same woman. ' Oh, not her! ' sighed
Rimsky to himself. Both men got up and walked towards her.
This time the telegram said :
'THANKS CONFIRMATION IDENTITY WIRE ME FIVE HUNDRED ROUBLES POLICE
STATION FLYING MOSCOW TOMORROW LIKHODEYEV.'
'He's gone mad,' said Varenukha weakly. Rimsky rattled his key-chain,
took some money out of the safe, counted out five hundred roubles, rang the
bell, gave the money to the usher and sent her off to the post office.
'But Grigory Danilovich,' said Varenukha, unable to believe his eyes,
' if you ask me you're throwing that money away.'
'It'll come back,' replied Rimsky quietly, ' and then he'll pay dearly
for this little picnic.' And pointing at Varenukha's briefcase he said :
'Go on, Ivan Savyelich, don't waste any time.' Varenukha picked up his
briefcase and trotted off. He went down to the ground floor, saw a very long
queue outside the box office and heard from the cashier that she was
expecting to have to put up the ' House Full' notices that evening because
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