Ten vea 's ago luesday oecnrred the mariages o(f -Mr. and Mrs. Hemry R. Scovill and Mr. and Mrs. Cliirence Bray. The tentli anniveraaiïes oí wediilngs have by comnion adoption beeome known as "tin weddings" a'nd the friends tyL the aíbove persons planned dedlgQitful surprises upon tnem for la.st evening. At the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Scovill on Hamilton streeft abou't thirty guests, wLo luid assembled at the Jioane oí Mr. and Mrs. Feil for tiis surprise, possessloo and spent a very happy evening wüfOx caaos and ívn-eshmenta Mr. and Mrs. Scovill wre presetíted wiili all sorts oí tin ware. -VlxHit fifty persons supprlsed Mr. and Mrs. Olarence Bray at their home on S. Hurón street. Refreshments were served and a feature af this was that the bride and groom tó' teu years ago were obliged by their guests to eat from tin plates and drink from tin cups. A bandsome divan was presented them. the speech being delivered by George Alban in a very üappy vein. It was about one o'elock before the party broke up. On both occasions of last evening the guests wished the conple.s they had so (olightfully nrprised mány happy returns of the day.