Clipped From The Yuma Weekly Sun and The Yuma Examiner
1 and ffie Houston. Teddy game round leather speed awarded round. wisely a had won Harve fight Reid. on his hand. two to a from wisely after .tie-property. Born in. Shanghai Friends of Miss Meadows' father, the famed Arizona Charlie, report that they have read in his scrapbook before his death here that Miss Meadows was born in Shanghai, China, while the parents were-on a world . lour with Mr. Meadows' circus. Legend has it that some of Arizona Charlie's close relatives (a mother and sisters, perhaps) were killed in an Indian massacre in eastern Arizona in the early days and that lor years he had bitter hatred of ' any Indian and was.said to be ready to take reprisal at the slightest provocation. He, a huge stalwart man of the Old West, became known from Alaska to .South America and in the foreign countries of Asia and Europe, first as a mining man and prospector, then as a newspaper publisher in Alaska,, and in later years as an operator of .Wild shows making Â· extensive .tours, and later still as a rancher. Operated Trailer Camp Some of his fame lias clung to the daughter throughout the years and persisted in latter years as she lived quietly and alone here in- Yuma: During the severe housing shortage here in Yuma she operated a- trailer camp at the block square "Meadows property on First street. ' No'definite funeral and burial arrangements had been made at noon today. Frank Townsend, Tn of of Of had "