Many stories are told of the Rothschilds, genorally il lustra t ing their Bhrowdness and greed in money-getting ; but here is a story whioh shows that even a Kothseliih! muy bi ontrupped ly a protty young lady. During ono the fairs in Paris, some yoars ago, Uaron Jamea de Bothschild was a patrón. Chancing to pass a stand whero some pretty young ladios were installed, ha asked in a hantering tone, " Well, mj doars, what can I do for you?" "Ah, Baron," said one' " you can gives us your autograph." "With pleasure," respondod tho gallant old Baron, ' if you will proface it with an agrceablo Bentiment." Bo the young lady, wthout much ado, wrote on a dainty pieoe of paper, "I horeby dónate to oharity 10,000 francs," and tho baron immediatoly signed his name in full, and sinilingly paid the amount to tho enterpris - ing l'arisian.