Clipped From The Hutchinson News
A CLEVELAND SHAKEUf*. Mead of Detective Force Resigned Over Blanchettl Matter. Cleveland, O., Jan. J<J,-~Following publication, of statements by Mayor Hurry L. Davis, tlint Iho Cleveland detective detective department bungled lu handling handling tho murder of the 19-year-old girl known as Dolores lSvans, an actress, who was strangled In u hotel here last week, Chief Walker, of the detective bureau, resigned today. Police Chief Howe denied that Walker quit hecauso -Mayor Davis promised a shakeup In tho detective force for permitting the slayer of the Evans girl to get out of town. ljouls Blanchettl, now under arrest In New York, has been indicted hero for murdering tho actress, Cleveland officers, in New York to bring him back for trial, are exiiected hero tomorrow. tomorrow. 'Hie Identity of the girl was still a mystery today. What was tliougtit,tc.i bo positive identification of the body*, by A. It Rossow, of Oarrotsvillo, O., as his daughter, yesterday, failed .when the daughter appeared. The effort to identify the slain girt extended to Johnstown, Pa., today when police learned that a vaudeville actress giving the uaime of Hetty Meyers, Meyers, 10, and believed to be the victim, 'was marrlod at Blyrla, Ohio, last, slimmer slimmer to Dim Wlilrley, a carnival per- ifoiinier. She gave her home as Johnstown, Johnstown, Po., and said her father w»» Joseph Myers. Want Requisition, Albany, N. Y., Jan. l9.^~Tho apuii- cation by police officiate of Cleveland for the extradition of Ixyuis Wiaiichetti, charged with the murder of Dolores Kvans, at Cleveland, was granted by Governor Whitman today. BtattcheWJ. was arrested In N*w York an, Saturday* Saturday* Tills Is the case where tin Hutchinson Hutchinson police and the Dodge City officers were asked to take Blanohettt from a Santa Vo train recently, the Cleveland detectives doolarlng he came this way, In fleeing from the scene of bis crime, when In fact he was arrested In New York Otty.