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LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 8. There was no change In the vote for Senator on Joint ballot today. . ' COOLNESS IN A; COMBINE. lee-Ctesn lee-Ctesn lee-Ctesn Trnst President Is Deposed aad a e-sv e-sv e-sv Company Farmed. The Ice-cream Ice-cream Ice-cream .trust has already encountered encountered an obstacle which may considerably interfere with the philanthropic plans of those who started out to corner the market on the product which helps to make a Chicago Chicago summer endurable. The Collins Bros. Ice-Cream Ice-Cream Ice-Cream company was formed yesterday with a capital of $150,000 and members threaten threaten to make it warm for the icercream mag rates. When the United Ice Cream company was formed a month ago It took in most of the large ice-cream ice-cream ice-cream manufacturers In Chicago. Among these were the Collins Ice Cream company, the Reed Ice Cream company, tt-.e tt-.e tt-.e Thompson Ice Cream company, and the Bloch Ice Cream company. The plans were similar to those of the milk trust, the whisky trust. and the Standard Oil trust. It Is claimed that internal dissensions arose which resulted a week ago In J. D. Collins being deposed from the presidency of the company by the board of directors and C. A. 'Ruse, formerly of the Russ Ice Cream company, being elected president in his place.' Mr. Collins states that -heu -heu the United company was organized the owners of the smaller plants were given the majority upon the board of directors In order to Insure harmony and that they re taliated by immediately shelving him and giving him no voice In the management of me company. The indignant ice-cream ice-cream ice-cream mag nate was debarred from going Into business sgaln by a signed contract that he would not again engage in' the manufacture of ice cream fcr ten years. The new company was organized by F. C. Dennett, who was the manager of the Collins Ice Cream company, and is himself a director with A. B. Collins of Jamestown, N. Y., and C. C. Collins of Huntington, Ind., who are brothers of the former promoters of the Collins Collins Ice Cream company, J. D. Collins and W. H. Collins, who will be employed by the new company, although having no active interest In the business. The plant of the new company will be located at No. 1629 Wabash avenue in a three-story three-story three-story building with a frontage of 100 feet and a depth of 170 feet, and within a month It will be In active competition competition with the ice-cream ice-cream ice-cream combine and will be turning -out -out 12,000 gallons of vanilla, strawberry, nesselrode, and chocolate ics cream a day, as well as all other flavors which the Ice-cream Ice-cream Ice-cream public demands. J. D. Collins says that the affairs of the United company are controlled by men who own but $55,000 worth of stock and- and- that three men who own $161,000 worth) of stock were totally ignored In the management. The new company will not reduce prices, but will compete with the combine in making the newest and coldest brands of frozen delicacies.