For Sale is a Full Page taken from "The Bystander, July 19th, 1905," called "The Perils of Aerial Navigation," showing the following Two Photographs for "M. Lebaudy, a well-known French aeronaut, who had a narrow escape from disaster and worse the other day. After having safely brought his navigable balloon from La Ferte-sous-Jonarre, he was just anchoring at Chalons Camp with the help of the soldiers there, when a sudden gust of wind tore the balloon from its moorings and dashed it against some trees in the neighbourhood. The soldiers, who were attempting to hold it down, were carried for some distance with it in its flight, but, luckily, they received nothing worse than bruises."
a- M. Lebaudy anchoring his balloon with the aid of the soldiers at Chalons Camp. b- The wrecked balloon after the wind had torn it from its moorings and dashed it against some trees.