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Author Of Stories For Girls Forecast Her Death In Verse Miss Amy Ella Blanchard, Who Taught Art In Baltimore Years Ago, Will Be Buried Today. On bookshelves in many Baltimore homes are volumes by Miss Amy Ella Bla-nchnrd,- who to the juvenile female remlorw,ns whatAIgerwas to her-brother. Today the authoress will be buried in TToodlawn Cemetery. ' ' There will be none of her younR readers in the funeral cortege. Only Miss BIanehards niece, Mrs. J. 8. Haug; her husband, Mr. Haug, of Philadelphia ; a clergyman and two Baltimore friends will attend the funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. Haug arrived here yesterday from Bailey Island, Maine, with Miss Blanch ard's body. Died At Summer Home. Miss Bluuehard will be buried in Bal timore, her birthplace, at her own request. She died suddenly Monday at Bailey Island, her summer home. The funeral service of the Protestant Episcopal Church was read at Bailey Island by the Kev. E. P. Niles. Miss Blanchard's funeral will be from 10S West North avenue at 10.30 A. M. The service at the grave will be read by the Ilev. Dr. Arthur Chilton Powell, of St Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church. Stricken with apoplexy, Miss Blanchard , was found dying by a moid of a neighbor. 'On the desk in front of herj was a poem, just completed, in which Miss Blanchard forecast her death. Taught Art Here. Miss Blanchard, who was born in this city in 1854, was a daughter -.of - . iiipiiiiiiiiiteS MTB8 AtfY ELLA BLAXGEARD the late Daniel Harris Blanchard and Mrs. Sarah Reynolds Blanchard. Edu cated in the public schools, she became teacher of art in the Woman's Col lege, now 'Goucher College. She held Continued on Paera 3, Colnmn B.)