For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News September 4th 1909, showing the following photographs from the "Aerial Race Meeting at Rheims." a- The Bleriot monoplane in flight. b- M. Paulhan rounding the post in his record flight, which was subsequently surpassed. c- M. Paulhan. d- President Fallieres and Mme. Fallieres watching the flights. e- The French military dirigible balloon at Rheims. f- Mechanics, &c., sheltering from the rain under E. Lefebvre's Wright biplane, which made best trial flight. g- The judge's stand. h- M.E. Lefebvre, when trying to pass under M. Paulhan's machine, comes within 6 feet of the earth, and gives a Parisian press photographer a great fright. i- Henry Fournier's biplane (Voisin) extensively damaged during the Longest Flight Competition. j- M. Henry Fournier, the pilot of biplane No. 33. k- "The Street of Garages." l- M. Delagrange, pilot of Bleriot No. 16.