LDS History, Oct 26, 1911

-- Oct 26, 1911
First stake missionaries called in Granite Utah Stake. (1)

-- Dec 7, 1911 - 19 November 1918
[1st Presidency Changes] Joseph F. Smith Anthon H. Lund Charles W. Penrose Charles W. Penrose called as Second Counselor (2)

-- Dec 7, 1911
[Quorum of the Twelve] Charles W. Penrose ordained Second Counselor to President Joseph F. Smith. (3)

-- Dec 8, 1911
[Quorum of the Twelve] James E. Talmage ordained. (3)

-- 1911
Church Membership at end of year: 407,291
New Converts : 8,813
Percent Change from previous year: 2.21% (4)

[Deseret] Strawberry Reservoir is completed. (5)

[Deseret] The Utah State Legislature designated the sego lily as the state flower. (5)

Church adopted Boy Scout program. [See Scouting.] (6)

Church adopted Boy Scout program. (1)

Church opened Hotel Utah. (1)

[Joseph F. Smith] YMMIA adopts the Boy Scout program, named MIA Scouts. (7)

[Joseph Smith] John W. Taylor is excommunicated for performing a plural marriage despite the Second Manifesto issued by President Joseph F. Smith. With this excommunication, the practice of new polygamous marriages is believed to be finally abolished. Polygamists who were married prior to 1905, continue to remain in good standing with the LDS church including, but not limited to, the President of the LDS church Joseph F. Smith (8)

[Mormon Tabernacle Choir] The choir performs at Madison Square Garden in New York City and at the White House for President William Howard Taft. (9)

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2 - Wikipedia, First Presidency (LDS Church),
3 - Wikipedia, Chronology of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (LDS Church),
4 - Wikipedia, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Membership History,
5 - History to Go, Statehood,
6 - Ludlow, Daniel H. editor, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Macmillan Publishing, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Vol. 4, Appendix 2: A Chronology of Church History
7 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph F. Smith, Salt Lake City, Utah
8 - Wikipedia, 20th Century (Mormonism),
9 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Newsroom,
Mormon History Timeline /Chronology