LONDON, March 19. The New York correspondent of the reports that the Tariff Bill includes a provision for not applying the maximum retaliatory rates in cases of preferential duties with the Mother Country. TEMPTING GERMAN'S*. (Received 8.30 a.m.) WASHINGTON, March 19. It is stated in Washington that the tariff amendments will tempt Germany to purchase American food for the army and navy. Firms in Chicago declare that Germany could easily absorb a hundred million poundß of American meat annually if the tariff were placed on a reciprocal basis.
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