How Max O'Rell Woke the Servants. When he first came to London Max O'Rell took a little house in a retired quarter of the city. About 2 o'clock one morning tho wholo neighborhood was aroused by cries in the street.; somebody ' was shouting at the top df his voice: "Murder I Fire! Thieves!" and this hubbub hub-bub was protracted until everybody in the locality was at bis window in a state of violent alarm. , It was Max O'Rell, who, returning home at this unholy hour and linding himself locked out, took this way of arousing his servants. Finally, standing in the middle of the street, the cynosure of all eyes, O'Rell lifted his hat, and, bowing politely this way and that, said: "Thanks, good neighbors, for your friendly solicitude; having awakened the concierge, I will now enter my home." Who but a Frenchman could have done that thing in just that way? Eugene Field's London Letter.