George Albert Smith, Nov 24, 1913 (Monday)

-- Nov 24, 1913 (Monday)
Pres. Joseph F. Smith, Anthon H. Lund, Apostle George Albert Smith, Bishop Charles W. Nibley and others left Salt Lake City, on a trip to Arizona. (1)

-- Jan 19, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Spent part of day at Presidents (Sic) office and afternnon (sic) met with my quorum at Bishops Building where we found Nathan Clark guilty of violating the manifesto in taking another wife, and we excommunicated him from the Church." (2)

-- Jan 23, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Spent Friday hearing testimony at Bishops Bldg with my Quorum in the cases of Reuben Miller and Matthias F. Cowley who are charged with encouraging disobedience to the rule of the church with reference to the Manifesto prohibiting Polygamy. We were in meeting seven hours and I was nearly used up." (2)

-- Jan 29, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Thursday Attended Council where the vote was taken to excommunicated Reuben G Miller from the Church for violating the Manifesto. It nearly uses me up to sit in these cases. I am so sorry for Brother Miller and family." (2)

-- Feb 22, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] At Boise, Idaho, "We had a council meeting with the Presidency and High Council and decided to not ordain Social Rolf President of the H.P. Quorum because of his attitude toward the government." (2)

-- April 30, 1914; Thursday
The following is the report of the regular meeting of the First Presidency and Council of the Twelve Apostles held this morning at the temple at 10:30.... Bro[ther]. George Albert Smith left on the night of the 12th in company with President Smith for Los Angeles [California], where they attended conference in the new chapel, 390 present, including Sunday school children. President Smith spoke to the children in the morning and spoke at the afternoon meeting. The following Sunday (26) he visited the Sunday School and meeting at Ocean Park Branch, about fifth present. The speaker said his health had been gradually improving all the time, and he hoped now to be able to fill regular appointments. ... (3)

-- June 15, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Attended a hearing in the case of Dr. McGregor of St George, held at the Bishops Bldg. He was disfellowshipped by the Quorum of twelve after we heard the evidence." (2)

-- June 17, 1914
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Wednesday June 17/14 was in meeting all day with my quorum in M F Cowley case. Am glad nothing further was found to add to his guilt." (2)

-- July 2, 1914; Thursday
The following is the regular report of the meeting of the First Presidency and Council of the Twelve Apostles held this morning in the Temple at 10:30.... (Bro[ther]. George Albert Smith excused now to go to Ogden [Utah] to attend the funeral of Bro[ther]. Enoch Farr, oldest son of the late Pres[iden]t. Lorin Farr.) ... (3)

-- Sep 29, 1914
Quorum of Twelve learns that mission president has "discovered that 15% of the [missionary] Elders in the Netherlands during the past two years, have been guilty of immoral practices, and that a much greater percentage of Elders have been exposed to these evils." (4)

1 - Jenson, Andrew, Church Chronology
2 - Journals of George Albert Smith
3 - First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes
4 - On This Day in Mormon History,

LDS History Chronology: George Albert Smith

Mormon History Timeline: The life of George Albert Smith