Touching Deuce [Cowboy Mates, Psychic Connections 2] (Siren Publishing Classic)

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He now submits his work and his record to the public, hoping it will give him a kindly reception. The two arch enemies of happiness and prosperity are the Devil and the Grafter. The church is fighting the Devil, the law is fighting the Grafter. The great mass of human beings, as they journey along the pathway of life, know not the dangers that lie in wait from these two sources.

Honest themselves, credulous and innocent, they trust their fellow man.

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Statistics show that four-fifths of all young men and women, and nine-tenths of the widows are swindled out of the money and property that comes to them by inheritance. Every year thousands of laboring men spend their hard earnings and beggar their families by falling in traps laid for them.

Thousands of innocent girls and women, struggling for a respectable livelihood, fall victims to the demons who traffic in human honor. The Grafters spend millions upon millions of dollars annually in advertising in America alone. There is not a Post Office in the land where every mail does not carry their appeals and thieving schemes; and they collect hundreds of millions of dollars annually from the trusting public. The State and National Governments spend millions of dollars a year in trying to catch and curb these grafters.

Some of Satan's worst grafters are found in the church, working the brethren; and he has them by thousands in every walk of life. The object of this book is to protect the public by joining hands with the church and the government in their work against the Devil and the Grafter. The author reveals and exposes the Grafter with his schemes, his traps, his pitfalls and his victims.

The reader of this book will be fortified and armed with knowledge, facts and law, that should forever protect him, his family and his friends from the wiles of the Grafters.


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It is with the confidence that this work fills an imperative need, and that it should be in the hands of every minister, every physician, every teacher and every mother and father in the land, that the author and publisher send it forth on what they believe to be a mission of good to the world. Wooldridge has thorough knowledge of evidence and is an expert in preparing a criminal case for trial.

I have found him to be one of the most efficient officers in the Department. McClaughrey, Warden of U.

Prison at Leavenworth, Kans. You came out from every ordeal unscathed, and maintained a character for integrity and fearlessness in the discharge of your duties that warranted the highest commendation. It gives me pleasure to make this statement. The character of your work being such that bribes are frequently offered by the criminal class, it becomes necessary to select men of perfect integrity for the purpose, and I now know that I made no mistake in selecting you for this trying duty.

It affords me great pleasure to commend you for your bravery and fidelity to your duties. Wooldridge for the last ten years. As an officer he is par-excellent, absolutely without fear and with a detective ability so strongly developed it almost appealed to me as an extra sense. If I wanted to secure the arrest of a desperate man, I would put Mr. Wooldridge in charge of the case in preference to any one I know, as, with his bravery, he has discretion.

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His name is Clifton R. He has been under fire forty-four times. He has been wounded dozens of times. He has impersonated almost every kind of character.

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He has, in his crime hunting, associated with members of the '' and fraternized with hobos. He has dined with the elite and smoked in opium dens. He has done everything that one expects the detective of fiction to do and which the real detective seldom does. He can make a disguise so quickly and effectively that even an actor would be astonished. Gilded youth, negro gambler, honest farmer or lodging house 'bum,' it requires but a few minutes to 'make-up,' to run to earth elusive wrong-doers. The pictures which appear here are actual photographs taken from life in the garb and disguises worn by the author in several famous cases.

In this garb the author makes himself an easy mark for the crooks and grafters of the Stock-Yard district. The hold-up man—the card-sharp—the bunco-steerer—the get-rich-quick stock-broker fall "easy game" to the detective thus disguised.

Disguised as an Englishman who has money and is looking for a good investment, Mr. Wooldridge is easily mistaken for a "sucker. He apparently walks into it; but, in a few minutes, the grafter finds himself on the way to prison. This is a favorite disguise of the author when doing detective duty among the lowest and most disreputable criminals. Unsuspectingly the crooks offer him all sorts of dirty work at small prices for assistance in criminal acts.

Detectives disguised as tramps: "I am made all things to all men," says St. The Detective must also make himself all things to all men, that he may find and catch the rascals.

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To be up-to-date it is necessary to be able to assume as many disguises as there are classes of people among whom criminals hide. An illustration of the way the detective employs himself in the gambling dens.

It is often necessary to play and lose money in these places that he may get at the facts. Observe that he is watching proceedings in another part of the room while he is throwing the dice. Some of the most dangerous grafters in the world hobnob with the elite. Here we have our author in evening dress, passing as a man of society at a banquet of the rich, shadowing a "high-flyer" crook.

The gambling house is a station on the road to crime. In proportion to population there are, perhaps, more negro gamblers than of any other race. Many boys and young men spend their noon hour in cultivating bad habits that lead to nights of gambling; and then come crimes to get money that they may gamble more.

The gilded saloon is the club-room of the crook. Here he hatches his plots; here he drinks to get desperate courage to carry them out; and here he returns when the crime has been committed to drown remorse and harden conscience. This is a clangorous stop. Many a ruined man traces his downfall to the day he began in youth to "bet" a little "to make the game interesting. As confidence workers, highway robbers, and desperate criminals they were the terror of officers and courts.

They were finally run to earth and put in prison. Our author followed one of them across the continent and back. At the police headquarters in Chicago, one of the most attractive curios is the above cabinet of burglar-tools and weapons taken by the author from robbers and crooks during his eighteen years of service. This is a photograph of the Juvenile Court in Chicago, where boys who commit crimes are tried and sent to the Reformatory, instead of to prison with hardened criminals.