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Officers Suspended Over Prostitution Investigation




Feb. 14, 1910, Florodora

“Florodora” is at the Grand Operahouse.

Feb. 14, 1910, Clubman 
 
The “Florodora” girls are in town and “A Clubman” catches up with them – or tries to.

Feb. 14, 1910, Police Corruption 
 
Feb. 14, 1910:  Police Officers Bowman and Whaling were suspended after reporting a brothel on Jackson Street. The more The Times investigates the matter, the more mysterious it becomes. Many Times stories of this era use the term “Goo-Goo,” a derisive nickname for the Good Government Party.

 
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