Judge Willis Brown's farm for boys in Utah is apparently a western edition of the George Junior Republic. Like that holder institution it is a self-governing community which aims at being a healthful substitute for the so-called reform school or house of correction. Mr. George has spoken many times in past years both in Cambridge and Boston; the movement in which he was a pioneer is spreading--as witness the foundation of self-governing communities for children in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and other states. As Judge Brown will give us the western and newer phase of this movement, his lecture will be of especial interest to those who know of the George Republic. To others it offers a splendid opportunity of becoming acquainted with this important aspect of social reform.
JUDGE BROWN IN UNION.
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