# Feb 24,1920 The Constitution

it Contractor and Builder Pam. Away at His Home. Arthur Tufts. 40 years of age iulldsr of some of the largest and jboit beautiful structures In Atlan- and In other cities of the United mate died Monday morning at hli I'ffiome near Emory Bnlversity. Hls death was the result of pneumonia developing from influenza. Funeral services will be held this afterhoon at J SO o'clock from St. Luke's Episcopal church. Rev. e. B. Wtlmer assisted by Rev e. H. Lee of Macon officiating. The burial will b in West-View cemetery The following have been selected to act as pallbearers- V. R. Davis. E. A. Stuhrman. C. R. Justl. Henry Williams William Candler C. H. Candler Shepard Bryan and Gadden RnsselL v Mr Tufts was born In Atlanta and was reared and educated in this city. He was a son of the late 3. P A. Tnfts. confederate veteran and well-known business man. H was a graduate of Georgia Teeh and other schools He began hi. career as an engineer In this city Since bis entrance Into the pro fessional world Mr Tufts has had credited to his ability some of the largest and finest buildInyi ID. many part of the country. His work mar Men In the construction of Camp Gordon which he supervised Emory university the Candler warehouse tne Coca-Cola building In Atlanta th Coca-Cola bonding In Baltimore tid the Candler build. lag in New York. In addition to these he constructed many others of lesser magnitude. While connected with Ass. O Candler in the construction of the buildings needed by the Coca-Cola company. Mr. Tufts won the confidence of Mr. Candler. who was lavish la his praise for his ability. Mr. Tufts is survived by his widow. Mrs. Jeannie Wilcox Tufts his mother-in-law. Mrs. John W. Wilcox three sons. Arthur. Jr Rutledge and John Tufts three sisters Mrs. F. E. Cooper. Mrs. B H. Carleton and Mrs KInlock Duniap three brothers R. R. Frank and Rev. Edgar Tufts and an aunt. Mrs Lou Tufts. At a special meeting of the Building Trades Council last night a committee was appointed author ised to purchase a wreath of flow era to be placed on the grave of Mr. Tufts. Another committee was selected to attend at the funeral services. Similar action was taken by the council on the death of R. il. Walker prominent Atlanta contractor and builder who constructed the Healey building and several other of the largest structures of this city TUffS 'DIES i ONDAY OFPNEUMONm It t t 'Dd. der Awayat t. 'J.rtbur .u.u uU41P r utq. 0 I' nI1'lr ltJ' tz 4ta.tbwu D.ur ctJlIa tromlDtluJ1ZL 1:10 of' b. Wen. VJew te.rIi. 1 t bWI a I tt derlr.R l \raa AU nta an 1 .wua.on' tb.late TIIft.l'ccmtederat. H. WI Geor a .choolC'He &I' ba.had I 11lId par mawork Jp & . re J the ad maD ir r rl J n. W er N- lrk a e d t gr O t Wl1 n fnet 1t a o o te f ct:8er OF PNEUMON ominent Bufld I iut itIt. di hI Doin. Emor'-.Univer1ty. )6i d ath teV. ca- entraneelnto th ion * . § . , ? * * , ' . ( . ' . ' . . . . , . . , , . - ¬ - . . . . . . . . . , , , . . , - . . . . - . * ; ¬ , ¬ & * . , : , , - * * - . . . ¬ ¬ - ¬ . . . . . . ¬ . . ; - - . . . ; . . , - , ¬ , . . . . . . , . . . , . . ¬ , , ¬ ¬ . . . . . , ¬ ! ' ! / ! : . ' ; ' ; ; . ' , ' . ' . ' ; ' . . , . . . . . . . , ' . . : ; . . . . ' ' ' : . . . : . = : ; , , ' , . . " ' ' . ! . : ' ' . . . ' . . ; . . ' . . : . . : : : . . ; ; \ < . . . . ' . . . , ' . . ' - & . . ' . ' . & ' . . . . . . & . ' : ' : : . . : : ' = : ! : : ' . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , ' . . . , . . . . . . . " ' . ' . ' ' ' - : . . ( ) . . } : : : : . ; . ! ! . . . . . . ; . . ' . . ) . { . : : : ' . : : . . . - . % : : : : : ; : : / . . ; . : : : : : : : . . . : : : . : : : ; : : . . ' - [ ; & . . . & . & . . ; ' - . ) . . . . . . . . - . * . . . . . ' . ' - . . . . . ' - . . . . . . , . . .