Minot Hail Cake Walk Proved an Interesting Event.A large audience that assembled In Minot Hall last evening witnessed with much interest, and even enthusiasm, the cake-walk contest which took place there, under the auspices of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. The following four couples, three of whom, attired in pretty and grotesque costumes as colored people, were the artists of the evening:First couple, Mr. S. Feinberg and Miss Mildred Messing; second couple, Mr. Sol Butlker and Miss Adeline Jackson; third couple, Mr. Ralph Moses and Miss Katie McLeod; fourth couple, Mr. Samuel Robinson and hi3 sister, Miss Ray Robinson.Three representatives from the press acted as judges. They awarded, for good genera, makeup and graceful and natural walking, the second couple, Mr. Butiker and Miss Jackson, the first prize, which consisted of a gold ring for the fcidy and a fine silk umbrella for the gentleman. The second prize, which was a costly fan for the lady and a pretty cane far the gentleman, v.as given to the fourth couple, Mr. Roblm-on and MiS3 Ray Robinson. The thiid couple wereawarded the cake.