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HOUSE $HE??E BENTON DIED AND GRAVEYARD
1 ; YvWHERE'S HES B0EIED National-cemetery 'iS Chihuahua, where William S. Benton's body was supposed 'to 'haye been buried after he was killed in Juarez. Villa claimed to have taken "the 'body to Chihuahua from Juarez on a special train, given ' it a Christian-burial and placed it in a fine coffin, and covered the grave with flowers. . Below, Villa's headquarters on Galle Lento in. Juarez, .Mexico, where William S.-Beriton was last seen alive. It. was Jiefethat'Viila received Ben ton, when.he went to call on him about his ranch in Mexico. It was re ported at the. time of Benton's-death, that he was killed'ih this house and buried in the stable atth'e. rear. No -one has been permitted to examine the house since the death .of -Ben ton, and superstitious Mexicans have named it the house of mystery and cross themselves as they pass it. " .'' o o Cieveiander says he "cuts out all Well, a. film kiss isn't quite as sati3 moviessnawing'kissmguk . factory.'as-hV real. kind.