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SEEK JEWEL CASE OWNER.

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SEEK JEWEL CASE OWNER.

The New York Times
December 24, 1922


Taxicab Driver Finds It In Car, Gives It to Police.

The police are looking for the owner of a green leather jewel case, with the initials "H. C." on the cover in gold letters, which was turned in at the West Forty-seventh Street station last night by Max Epstein, a taxi chauffeur, of 83 Lenox Avenue.

Epstein told the police he had taken a man from Madison Avenue and Fifty-second Street to Fifty-Seventh Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The case was found in the cab after the man left. The name of Cartier, the jeweler, is stamped on the inside of the cover.

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