-- Oct 20, 1898 (Thursday)
This was Utah day at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition at Omaha, Neb. A speech of welcome was made by Wattles, president of the Exposition, and responses were made by Gov. Heber M. Wells and Presidents Lorenzo Snow, Geo. Q. Cannon and Joseph F. Smith. (1)
-- Oct 27, 1898; Thursday
Meeting of the First Presidency and Apostles at the Salt Lake Temple, at 11 A.M. Present: Pres[iden]ts. Lorenzo Snow, Geo[rge]. Q. Cannon and Jos[eph]. F. Smith; Elders Brigham Young [Jr.], F[rancis]. M. Lyman, Geo[rge]. Teasdale, Heber J. Grant, M[arriner]. W[ood]. Merrill, A[nthon]. H. Lund, M[atthias]. F. Cowley and A[braham]. O[wen]. Woodruff. ... Pres[iden]t. Snow remarked that he feared the result of going to the people for contributions, unless it was absolutely necessary to do so. The tenor of his counsel was to check the spirit of calling on the people for donations. All future moves in this direction should be most carefully weighed. (2)
1 - Jenson, Andrew, Church Chronology
2 - First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes
LDS History Chronology: Lorenzo Snow
Mormon History Timeline: the life of Lorenzo Snow
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