PIN FOR MRS. BRYAN. Gift of Utah Women Forwarded to the Lady. The beautiful brooch made especially for Mrs. William J. Bryan, under the direction of the Woman's Democratic club . of this city and intended as a souvenir of Mrs. Bryan's recent visit to Salt Lake, v.-as yesterday afternoon forwarded by express to Lincoln, Neb. The brooch, which has been on exhibition exhi-bition here for some days, is a pendant and pin combined. The body is of pearls M-ith a diamond in the center surrounded by sapphires. It has been much admired for its beauty beau-ty by all M-hro have seen it here. Accompanying Ac-companying the pin M-as a letter of which the folloM-ing is a copy: Letter of Committee. Salt Lake City, Jan. 10, 1900. Mrs. W. J. Bryan, Most Honored and Respected Lady: The Woman's Democratic club of Salt Lake City has the honor to present pre-sent to you this brooch or pin as an emblem of our love and a souvenir of your visit to our beautiful city, and M-e sincerely hope you will honor us by your acceptance. We desired to present you an emblem made from Utah material and according to our artist's design. The workman, hoM'-ever, hoM'-ever, failed to create the design to our satisfaction, hence the delay. Consequently, Conse-quently, Me decided to select something some-thing more worthy of your acceptance. May the foundation and shape of this pin remind you that our love is pure, brilliant as the star that points to the path of true' happiness; the jewels rep- 1 ( . ; resenting a purity of purpose, inno-i inno-i cence and love. We trust it will meet your approval and that you may live long to en joy-it. joy-it. With love and best wishes for yourself and family and kind regards to your honored husband, the chain pion of silver and defender of the people's 1 rights. W. J. Bryan, we are very respectfully re-spectfully yours in truth. MRS. J. M. COHEN, MRS. J. SHEA, MRS. H. HAY WARD. MRS. E. J. D. ROUND, MRS. MIER, MRS. ARNOLD, Committee. The executive committee of the Woman's Wo-man's Democratic club M-ill meet at 3 o'clock next Saturday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. J. M. Cohen, 312 Sixth street.