US1109264A - Means of protection for feminine wear. - Google Patents

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US1109264A
US1109264A US79329913A US1913793299A US1109264A US 1109264 A US1109264 A US 1109264A US 79329913 A US79329913 A US 79329913A US 1913793299 A US1913793299 A US 1913793299A US 1109264 A US1109264 A US 1109264A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
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  • NATALIE A. TEEPLE (NOW BY MARRIAGE NATALIE A. S'I0LP,) OF PHILADELPHIA,
  • Figure 1 is a side elevation and Fig. 2, a front view of a simple form of my device; Fig. 3, a side view of a modification and Fig. 4, a front view thereof; Fig. 5, is a side view of another modification and Fig. 6, a front view thereof; Fig. 7, a side view of the device in its simplest form and Fig. 8, a
  • the essential features of the invention are a base 6, adapted to be attached to an.
  • an elastic resilient guard spring 8 mounted on said base, and a pricker 7), arranged to protrude upon the compres sion of said guard spring.
  • the elastic resilient springs,- is formed with a slot or recess a, through which the point of the pricker will protrude when the spring is compressed,- the bow or curvature of the spring providing the necessary extent of motion to elfect this result.
  • the pricker p is mounted upon a comparatively straight tongue 2, attached to the elastic resilient spring 8, the bow or curvature of which latter, when straightened out by pressure renders it longer than the tongue p, so that the end of the latter will then be released from the shoulder 8 allowing the point of the pricker p, to rest against the curved end 8 of the spring, and if the spring 8, is compressed sufficiently, carrying said end 8 beyond the pricker p, and allowing the latter to protrude.
  • my automatic protector is to form the pricker 79, directly on the end of the elastic resilient spring 8, itself, in which case the point may be either protected normally by a. pivoted shield a, as in Figs. 5 and 6 to be turned by finger pressure when the point is to be rendered operative, or the bow or increased curvature of the spring 8, may be relied upon, as in Figs. 7 and 8, to ward and fend off contact with the point unless unusual pressure is exerted on the bow of the spring.
  • the base 6 forms a means of attachment to an underskirt or garment, and is also essential in that it affords the requisite hearing and resistance to render the protector operative and effective in use.
  • the device is simple and inexpensive and adapted to be concealed and worn without obtrusion or inconvenience; and if properly positioned on an undergarment, will afford ample individual protection against misconduct of the character designated.
  • a protector of the character designated comprising a base adapted for attachment comprising a base adapted for-attachment to an nndergarment, an elastlc resihent to an undergarment, and a pricker and an sprlng mounted thereon, and a pricker arelastic-resilient spring mounted thereon in is ranged to protrude upon the compression such manner that the spring protects the of the spring for the purpose described. point of the pricker until said spring 1s 2.
  • elastic pricker to protrude.

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N. A. TEEPLE;
. NOW BY MARRIAGE N. A. STD-LR. MEANS OF PROTECTION FOR FEMININE WEAR.
1 APPLIOATION' FILED OUT. 4,1913. Patent-edsept. 1,
UNITED STATES PATEN oF Ion. Y
NATALIE A. TEEPLE, (NOW BY MARRIAGE NATALIE A. S'I0LP,) OF PHILADELPHIA,
. PENNSYLVANIA.
' MEANS OF PROTECTION FOR FEMININE WEAR.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, NATALIE A. TEEPLE, a citizen of the United States, and a residentof Philadelphiafin the county of Philadelphia and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Means of Protection for Feminine Wear, of which the following is a specification.
It is well known that rude and flirtatious youths and men, mashers frequently avail themselves of the crowded condition of cars and other means of transportation to annoy and insult ladies next whom they may happen to be seated by pressing a knee or thigh against the adjacent knee or thigh I of their feminine neighbor, who, as often happens is too timid or modest to create a herein described and claimed specifically.
In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1, is a side elevation and Fig. 2, a front view of a simple form of my device; Fig. 3, a side view of a modification and Fig. 4, a front view thereof; Fig. 5, is a side view of another modification and Fig. 6, a front view thereof; Fig. 7, a side view of the device in its simplest form and Fig. 8, a
- front view thereof.
The essential features of the invention are a base 6, adapted to be attached to an.
.undergarment, an elastic resilient guard spring 8, mounted on said base, and a pricker 7), arranged to protrude upon the compres sion of said guard spring.
In the accompanying drawings I have illustrated several forms in which my protector may be made without intending to limit myself strictly thereto, since it is ohvious that various modifications may be resorted to without departing from the spirit and intent of my invention.
Thus in Figs. 1 and 2 the pricker p, is
Specification of Letters Patent.
Application filed October 4, 1913. Serial No. 793,299.
Patented Sept; 1, 1914.
fixed to the base 7), and the elastic resilient springs,- is formed with a slot or recess a, through which the point of the pricker will protrude when the spring is compressed,- the bow or curvature of the spring providing the necessary extent of motion to elfect this result.
In Figs. 3 and 4 the pricker p, is mounted upon a comparatively straight tongue 2, attached to the elastic resilient spring 8, the bow or curvature of which latter, when straightened out by pressure renders it longer than the tongue p, so that the end of the latter will then be released from the shoulder 8 allowing the point of the pricker p, to rest against the curved end 8 of the spring, and if the spring 8, is compressed sufficiently, carrying said end 8 beyond the pricker p, and allowing the latter to protrude. Thus for instance, accidental or slight pressure applied to this form of the protector will release the pricker from the detaining shoulder 8 to be still shielded by the return bend s but upon the second application of pressure, orwhere the pressure exerted is intentional and maintained, the point of the pricker p, will be released and rendered effective.
Perhaps the simplest possible practical embodiment of my automatic protector is to form the pricker 79, directly on the end of the elastic resilient spring 8, itself, in which case the point may be either protected normally by a. pivoted shield a, as in Figs. 5 and 6 to be turned by finger pressure when the point is to be rendered operative, or the bow or increased curvature of the spring 8, may be relied upon, as in Figs. 7 and 8, to ward and fend off contact with the point unless unusual pressure is exerted on the bow of the spring. In any case the base 6, forms a means of attachment to an underskirt or garment, and is also essential in that it affords the requisite hearing and resistance to render the protector operative and effective in use.
The device is simple and inexpensive and adapted to be concealed and worn without obtrusion or inconvenience; and if properly positioned on an undergarment, will afford ample individual protection against misconduct of the character designated.
\Vhat I claim as my invention and desire to secure by- Letters Patent-is.
1. A protector of the character designated comprising a base adapted for attachment comprising a base adapted for-attachment to an nndergarment, an elastlc resihent to an undergarment, and a pricker and an sprlng mounted thereon, and a pricker arelastic-resilient spring mounted thereon in is ranged to protrude upon the compression such manner that the spring protects the of the spring for the purpose described. point of the pricker until said spring 1s 2. In a protector of the character desigcompressed thereby causing the point of the nated, the combinition of the base I), elastic pricker to protrude. resilient spring 8 orme with the retaining 4 P shoulder 8 and bent end 8 and the tongue NATALIE TELP p, and pricker p, arranged and operating Witnesses:
in the manner and for the purpose set forth. GEO. WM. MIATT,
3. A protector of the character designated DOROTHY L. MIA'rT,
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