Officers Suspended Over Prostitution Investigation
February 14, 2010 | 2:00 am
“Florodora” is at the Grand Operahouse.
The “Florodora” girls are in town and “A Clubman” catches up with them – or tries to.
|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.|