An Aged Citizen Killed Â«t.M*^Â« off"*" 1 !' 1 1 l i . lxlp|l ' r in "^ 't'\ " ' l c [lasseiiRer N'o. 49 d ... _ SJiortly before 'i p^loit.Sui'iJay af- , ns Â·Valentine Scifert, one of old and ivcll known cjti- Â·U'tm, n-fls etami\% Ihe C., II.' D. r.iilriiad ti'iiclis on Maplf nveilne, lie ivas slrnc): by n jwsseiijici'. Irflin a;id hurled fl,(lisi.'mci.of iivenly or tbirt.v feel, receiving injuries whicli. cjiuspd bis death abiiiil tvva hoiii's !;iler. Mr. Heifert was 82 years 'old and as there was a freight and passenger tmiii both approaching at the same lime, he may hnvo 'become tioincwbnt bewildered. He slopped fran the I rack over \vhieh a freight was pull.- and Panama, isthmus, by Idler by of o;id in of of liie here .il I:")"; p. m. Thci'fi was no lime to lnp lhc i!gin and lltr-ngctl man s.'rncl; iimlj burled willi pival force mil of the pathway of liic siieciliug IdCdinolive. l i e fell a distance of 'irobably t h i r t y feel from (lie I He was picked up urn! carried lo Atlas hotel at Fourth street and Mnple avenue ami lhc police ambulance ambulance called to remove him lo lospital, where Or. F. M. Fittou rslcd by Dr. Joint I'Yancis attended im.. Mr. Scifcrt had rcreived very Reruns Reruns injuries-. ]Ic- had several scalp founds, Iwo of ihem very serious, i 'ben Ihcro vvero brnisos about Ihe I ace and entire 'body, (he right ra's broken and the pelvis f r a c le died from extreme shock nbcinl wo hours a f t e r being hurl. ' Mr. Soifert was fonnerly a well- lowu bahei- but has been leading clired life for some time and lived v i l h . bis niece Elizabeth Kley Sycamore street; ' . Deceased was formerly a proiniu- iiit baker .iii High street-and (or 10 .Â·cars al tended to Ihe baking u( Â·onnly infirmary. , . lie is survived by fixirtecn children vho arc loealo'il in various cities.