Lorenzo Snow, Oct 22, 1900; Monday

-- Oct 22, 1900; Monday
President [Lorenzo] Snow was at the office. Presidents [George Q.] Cannon and [Joseph F.] Smith with a company of friends visited the sugar factory at Lehi [Utah].

Sisters Zina D. H. Young and Elizabeth Langton (representing the Relief Societies), Sister Elmina S. Taylor (President of the Y.L.M.I.A.), and Sister Lillie T. Freeze (in behalf of the Primary Associations) visited President Snow and expressed their gratitude at his gift of a piece of land upon which it is intended to erect a building for the use of their associations. It had been decided that each of the above organizations would pay one third of the cost of building, which was estimated at $12,000. (1)

-- Oct 23, 1900; Tuesday
The Presidency wrote a letter to Brother Isaac Riddle today accepting his offer of $25,000 for the Jackson county [Missouri] redemption fund.

A telegram was received from Elder E. H. Snow, Brooklyn, N[ew]. Y[ork]. which read as follows: "Oct[ober]. 23, 1900, President Lorenzo Snow; Elder Solomon E. Hale of Oakley, Idaho died today at Great Falls, Maryland, typhoid fever. Notify parents." (1)

-- Oct 30, 1900; Tuesday
Mr. Richard C. Evans and Mr. Peter Anderson, ministers of the "Reorganized" church who are at present stationed in North-western Missouri, called and had a long interview with President [Lorenzo] Snow in regard to plural marriage and other doctrines of the Church. President Snow gave them his personal testimony of the teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith to himself on the subject of plural marriage. They expressed themselves as very well pleased with their visit while in the city. (1)

-- During October 1900
[Death of child] Death of Child Eliza Sarah Snow (mother: Sarah Ann Prichard) (2)

1 - First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes
2 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorenzo_Snow#Wives_and_children

LDS History Chronology: Lorenzo Snow

Mormon History Timeline: the life of Lorenzo Snow


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