Shooting on Milton Ave
Shoots Woai n on Street. Mrs. Mary Lumbardo was shot through the eye in front of 167 Milton avenue by Salva-tore Salva-tore Salva-tore Duga yesterday afternoon. The assailant assailant and his companion, Joseph Scaletta, escaped escaped after the shooting, pursued by a mob for several blocks. The bullet from Duga's revolver entered Mrs. Lumbardo's left eye and took an upward upward course, shattering the bone. She fell In the yard at 167 Milton avenue, as she was fleeing from her assailant. The woman was taken to the Passavant hospital unconscious, but as she did not regain her senses for several several hours the police were unable to question question her and learn the cause of the shooting. The motive for the attack is a mystery. According to the story told by Mrs. Mary Fonetta. 173 Townsend street. Duga shot Mrs. Lumbardo without a word of warning. Mrs. Fonetta was walking with Mrs. Lumbardo. Lumbardo. Near Locust street they met Duga and Scalletta. Mrs. Lumbardo appeared to be greatly frightened and at once started to cross the street, but Duga began to empty his revolver at her. The first bullet went wild, but the second struck the victim In the eye. The shooting caused much excitement In the neighborhood. A mob started after Duga and his companion, but could not catch them. Duga Is 25 years old and has been Involved in several shooting affrays.