STORIES: OLE LUCKOIE, (SHUT-EYE.) MONDAY. TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY. SUNDAY. THE DAISY. THE NAUGHTY BOY. TOMMELISE. THE ROSE-ELF. THE GARDEN OF PARADISE. A NIGHT IN THE KITCHEN. LITTLE IDA'S FLOWERS. THE CONSTANT TIN SOLDIER. THE STORKS. There is nobody in all this world who knows so many tales as Ole Luckoie! He can tell tales! In an evening, when a child sits so nicely at the table, or on its little stool, Ole Luckoie comes. He comes so quietly into the house, for he walks without shoes; he opens the door without making any noise, and then he flirts sweet milk into the children's eyes; but so gently, so very gently, that they cannot keep their eyes open, and, therefore, they never see him; he steals softly behind them and blows gently on their necks, and thus their heads become heavy. Oh yes! But then it does them no harm; for Ole Luckoie means nothing but kindness to the children, he only wants to amuse them; and the best thing that can be done is for somebody to carry them to bed, where they may lie still and listen to the tales that he will tell them.