Ole Peterson Henry Peterson son
'we moco wo do shall S Grlu- Union, of a Waterloo. ?" Is. by : STOprixa A TKAM.-Tirore than half the ruuaways, are tho result, farincrs leaving Uiejr teams at He ,waro., house;, liiraber and other places, untied, whilo slop inside a moment. Farmers tliink liecanao their teams have learned to etand at homo untied, tliey trust them evory other place. Hr. II. Reker'n son left his standing at one of tbo warehouses at the B. C. K. N. day untied, while he went lu attend to Bomo business, and unknown unknown to him they got'frightened an approaching train aud wero making their way down Main at a frightful speed endangering lives of people.- Henry- Peterson, Bon of Ole Peterson upon the er,ran out and uiado a, sure grip tho rein lo which iio hold 'until team was stopped. Mr. P. deserves great credit for his heroic act, for which he was offered pay Rekers but declined to accept. their bo more tielng done and It pay tho farmers as well as those whose lives aro endangered by frequent runaways. .