The Grand "Bootjack jm to the Queen UAHL, OF UOTIIKS. "The (Irani! Ilootluck to tho Queen" will soon be n guest nt fashionable society at eastern watering places. In splto of his somewhat suggestive title, the "grand bootjack" la by no means a menial, He la Indeed nn earl and one ot the proudest In the peerage of Scotland. Ills own tltbi Is Karl ot Itnthcs, and his court tltlo Is one which comes to him by Inheritance from an ancestor of flvo centuries ago, who was mado "bootjack" lo bis ina-lesty ina-lesty of Scotland The earl Is only twenty years old. Until ho married the countesa he was ery poor, but his !ather-ln-law, the famous "Plush IM-I IM-I ward," manufacturer of plush., gavo him tnotmh money to restiire the stale of his oodtnt houso nnd enable him to support bis title lu style. Karl ltothus and the rountets are uow making a tnur around the world.