[Heber J. Grant]
Attended a meeting in the Temple Pres[iden]ts Woodruff and Smith Apostles Snow, Richards, Teasdale, Grant and Cannon present. There was some talk about brothers Thatcher and Taylor being away from our meetings so much, and some of us expressed the sentiment that it was not right for them to be absent so much. I said that I felt that they should make an effort to be with us. I said that I felt that there should be a unanimous feeling about all matters in which any one of the apostles engaged. I thought that Bro[ther] Moses should not have accepted the nomination to be one of the United States States Senators without first having had a full and free chat with his brethren of the Apostles and also with the Presidency.
[Diary of Heber J. Grant, http://amzn.to/newmormonstudies]