A S.o.llu, Centenarian. How shall one reach the century Mr. Sidney Cooper will attain If he Uvea till September l!H. IWS. Soma ten yeara ago Mr. Cooper, then close upon 90, gave an account of bla dally lire. He brmkrusted at 8. after having hav-ing di ne In the aunimer an hour, in tha winter half an hour, in his pa'nt-Ing pa'nt-Ing room. Ills breakfast consisted of oatmeal porridge and bread and about half a pint of milk Just warm from his own cow. He had not then tasted a cup of tea or coffee for nearly forty years. Afted breakfast ha worked till lunch time, bla lunch consisting of a mutton chop and a glasa of that ale, which, as ha himself says, t iken In moderation gives stamina stam-ina and power. In those days they were In the eirly '80s he went for a walk before his dinner at ( o'clock, beer again being bla only drink. After thut he resd hla new, paper. At t o'clock be took his one e.gar and at 10 wua In bed. This waa tha everyday every-day tenor of his life, and he remarked that regularity is the s cret of longevity. long-evity. London Chronicle.