Cat and Fiddle Tavern
Charge Tavern Sold to Minors Arrest of two 'teen-age 'teen-age 'teen-age youths on charges of drunkenness led last night to the arrest of Silas Corbin, proprietor of the Cat and Fiddle Tavern, 947 Massachusetts avenue, on charges of violation of the 1935 state beverages act. The two youths, both of Danville, were arrested early Sunday morning morning when in the company of Lee Argadine, 28, of Hamilton, O., who was charged with drunkenness and1? operating a motor vehicle whilel. under influence of liquor. Warrants charging violation of; the beverages act were signed by I frosty Wray Sr. and Lloyd Shorten Sr., both of Danville. Paul Chapman, 21 years old, 614 North East street, bartender at the tavern, was arrested on a vagrancy charge and held under $2,000 bond. Grace Nicholson, 22, 626 Arch street, Apt. No. 4, a waitress, waitress, was arrested on a charge of violating the 1935 beverage act.