REVOLT OF CONVICT. Prisoners lo Colorado Panltsntlsry Make Desperate Daah for Freedom. KIT", h Kuyk.loliill, a convict at the Cnioiado state .nlicntlary, kn-aicd at CM.in fiiy. waa shot aud killed rl) Monday while attempting '"cap" with five other d.Bperilto prisoners. Aa Dr. T D. 1'aliner and the hospital steward were making tho morning rounds. Ku Kendall complained of b" Inn III. and Hie doctor prepared for an CMiiiiiuailoii. Tim prlaoner drew a bottle aupiMmed to contain nltroaly-ceilno nltroaly-ceilno and or l. red the two men to throw up their Imn.ls. They did, and five oiher cninl. la then o crpowered Cell IfoiiK. k. ep. r Clareii' 0 CloKhoin and Steward John II K.efe. Tho four irlon nfli'lnla "ma made priaoncra were stripped of Iheir clothing, whl.li thn r.invl. l dniine.1. Taking thn d a tor and the atcward with them, they proceeded toward the gnlea. On the way the mutineers ruptured Warden John C. CtcKhorn's w Ifo and forced her to. go along, using her n a shield to prevent the guards ftom firing fir-ing at thim. The Inner and oiler gates were blown off Ih. lr hliutea Willi dynamlln. whl. h the. ronvli 'a nad somehow secured, hut an attempt to force the armory waa foiled. M-Tiri whl!. i Warden ('leghorn had united from town, and. collecting the guards ordered them lo shoot the fugitives whenever an npimrlunlty presented Itself, hut to do an without Injuring Mrs. Clpghnrn. Molding knives over the womnn, thn mutineers ahoutcd that they would kill her If the guards fired. Mrs. Cleshorn fiilnled and tho con vlcts then took to their heels, pursued hy thn guards. Kuykendall waa killed by Yardmaatcr John Clark after ahnutlng: "I'll never be tnken alive! I'll not go hark to thnt hole." James Armstrong waa overtaken by Will CtoKhorn. son of tho warden, and waa aeverely beaten over the head with revolver, but wna not filially wounded. Tho other fugitives were taken alive.