Chicago. May 2.- Labor da; was cele 'drated in Chicago by a grand parade of fifty or more lnbor organizations and a monster mass meeting on the lake front. The demonstration was fully the equal of former years. Last night the different uuions had entertainments at their halls. ËBtimates of the number of men in line run frotu 15,000 to 25,000. Secretary F. L. Dutcher, oL the executive committee, conJently expected to have 25,000 men in Hoe. There were delegates to the meeting Thursday night from fifty-threeorganizations and their lowest estimates of the meu who wonld turn out footed up to a total of over 15,000 while other bodies were expecr.ed. "We would have a bigger demonstratiun," s;üd Marshal Svvallow, "but the bricklaycTS and carpenters have got their eight hours and good wages and will not turn out to any extent." One Thousaud Carpenteis in Line. The procossiou, which moved through the principal downtmvn streets to the Lake Front park, was made up of four divisions; the most uoticaable and largeat body of men in the line was the Carpenter's unioo, which nurabered 1,000 men. A feature of the parade was that there were a number of non-union men in the ranks, and for the day all jealousies between organized and unorganized labor were dissipated. ïhere were a large number of bands, and many banners bearing appropriate devices and legends.