Zero Weather has no Terrors for Him

Kansas City (Mo.) Paper

No overcoat yet this winter, and he rides day in and day out, and of nights, too, on the platform of a local cable car! What do the ulster-loaded shiverers think of that?

Conductor Harvey B. Ray, of the Westport line, is the man. His comrades call him the "Gold Bug," because of his insistent advocacy of McKinley doctrines in 1896, when he was a newcomer on the road. They now claim that Ray's politics and his coatlessness in zero weather are both to be explained by the same reason—he lacks common sense. Which is to say, of course, his views and the views of the great majority of his fellow street-railway employes do not agree.

Christian Science News
March 2, 1899

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