Typewritcrs ought to write the names of the persons to whoin they write letters in capitals. To use ordinary letters shows lack of consideration and good taste. No printer of any standing would issue a letter printed in that way. His training in his art has distinctly taught him not to do it. Manufacturers of typewriters claim that their machines are educators - that the operators must necessarily become proficient in spelling, punetuation and the iroper use of capitals. But somehow this little matter of propriety and good taste in address and 6ignature has thus f ar been greatly overlooked.- Cor. Boston Transcript. By using Hali's Hair Renewer, gray faded or discolored hair assumes the natural color of youth, and grows luxuriant and strong, pleasing everybody.