-- Sept 13, 1898
Quorum of Twelve Apostles sustains Lorenzo Snow as church president with two counselors. Snow then tells them "that he had heard rumors of people thinking that plural marriages could be contracted. He wanted it understood that this can not be done." Concerning post-manifesto plural marriages authorized by his predecessor Snow adds, "As to things which have happened in the past, I do not want to talk about them." (1)
-- Sep 15, 1898
The First Presidency and the Apostles met in regular meeting in the Temple at 11 A. M. Present: Presidents Lorenzo Snow, Geo[rge]. Q. Cannon and Jos[eph]. F. Smith; Elders Brigham Young [Jr.], F[rancis]. M. Lyman, John Henry Smith, H[eber]. J. Grant, John W. Taylor, A[nthon]. H. Lund, M[atthias]. F. Cowley, and A[braham]. O[wen]. Woodruff.
An invitation from Bishop John R. Winder, inviting the First Presidency, the Apostles and their wives to dinner, immediately after conference, was accepted. ...
President Smith reminded the Council that men would soon be needed to take the places of the Presidents of the Swiss and German Missions, and the Presidency of the European Mission. President Snow invited the brethren to think up the names of men suitable for these places, and present them later to the Council. ... (2)
1 - On This Day in Mormon History, http://onthisdayinmormonhistory.blogspot.com
2 - Journal History; Brigham Young Jr., Diary
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