Judge Willis Brown, of the Parental Court of Utah and founder of the "Boys' City" will speak on his work in connection with these institutions in the Living Room of the Union tonight at 8 o'clock. The "Boys' City," founded by Judge Brown some years ago, is a home where boys criminally inclined are received and helped to lead honest, upright lives. It is situated on a tract of 800 acres, donated by the women of Salt Lake City, and is governed entirely by the boys themselves. They have their own bank and other institutions, while the laws are made and carried out by officers chosen from among them. There are, to be sure, teachers to carry on the work of instruction, but aside from the actual discharge of their duties in this regard, they have no control over matters pertaining to the "City."
Mr. J. H. Storer '82, through whose efforts Judge Brown has been secured, will introduce the speaker. All members of the University, whether members of the Union or not, will be admitted.