Arizona Daily Star
Contributed by Corsby1
Description: Gambler dies
Date: March 1 1902
Newspaper published in: Tucson
Sam J. Stevens was found lying in Malden Lane, back of the Keno Saloon, yesterday afternoon. He was taken into the saloon where he died before the physician who was called arrived. An inquest was called this morning in Justice Wilson’s court. Deceased was a well known gambler who had been in poor health some time. He was best known as “Sam Crane” and could be seen daily in making the rounds. The remains were taken to Reilly & Hennessy’s and the funeral will take place this afternoon. Deceased had a sister in Kansas City.
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