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FiveJSad Nothing: Death' of J. C to Do With Benson MEMPHIS, Teun., Feb. 7.--(Special,) 7.--(Special,) 7.--(Special,) 7.--(Special,) Eight of the thlrteeii defendants charged WTrjiTfTrTimrf'Toi the kill ing of .1. C. llenson during street railway railway labor trouble hist summer were found guilty of voluntary manslaughter Wednesday afternoon. Five. were acquitted. acquitted. Motion for. a new trial for those declared declared guilty was imid,o and sentence wag held up pending argument next Saturday. The penally for manslaughter's from two to ten years in the pentcntjnry. Those found guilty of voluntary manslaughter manslaughter werei W..1A. Dillon. Tom Scar-brough, Scar-brough, Scar-brough, Ned Russell, S. .). Smith, X. G. Cuff, K. o. Dunlap, "Walter Hendron and Jesse Litton. Those acquitted were: A. S. Keywooil, R. S. Wiseman, E. T. Broadfoot, Guy "Shorty" Illnes, C. W. Slagna. Assistant Attorney-General Attorney-General Attorney-General Brown made a motion for an Increase In the bonds of those declared guilty from $10,000 to ?lo,-000, ?lo,-000, ?lo,-000, but the Judge overruled the motion.