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‘ Aug? 4, 19363 A._ A. BYERLEIN 2,049,534 TOILET BOWL :Filed June 22, 1935 A TTORNEY. 2,049,534 Patented Aug. 4, 1936 imireo ‘STAT-E5; PATENT ‘OFFICE ’ ' 2,049,534" ‘ TOILET BowL v Arthur A. Byerlein, Detroit, Mich. " Application June 22;‘1935, Serial No. 27,866 ) 7; Claims. This invention relatesto toilet bowls and the object of the invention is to provide a practical and convenient means for washing with wet toilet paper after the conventional use of’ dry 5 paper. - > ' In order to ‘accomplish this, a toilet bowl is provided having a'compartment on theside- to allow free access between the compartment and the bowl, the compartment being‘ shaped to al 10 low water to ?ow from the- compartment into the bowl. Another object of the invention is to provide (Cl. 4-6} _ roll supports l2 are provided each having an end I3 extending through the ?ange I l and having a nut It on the bottom by means of which the sup ports l2 may be ?rmly secured in vertical posi- ' tion. Each support I2 is provided at the upper end with aslot, as shown in Fig. 1, in which the * toilet paper roll spindle is supported so that the roll I5 will readily turn'in' the supports.“ Each' support I2 is also provided with an integral arm It and a bracket ll, shown more particularly in Fig.1, is» provided with upturned lugs "5 which are pivotally connected to the arms l6 by the piv a toilet bowl in which the toilet seat is hingedly ' ot pins l 9. This metal bracket I1 is provided with mounted over the said compartment and the extending ends 20 and 2| and one portion 22 of toilet seat hinge is arranged to support a roll, the toilet seat is secured to the end 2| while the other portion 23 of the toilet seat is secured to the of toilet paper. . bracket 20. By this arrangement, the seat may A further object of the invention is to provide a toilet bowl of the character described in which be turned up sidewise on the pivot pins H) to 1 the usual ?ushing means is provided and an aux iliary ?ushing means may also be provided at one 2O side of the toilet bowl for ?ushing the compart ment. These objects and the several novel features of the invention are hereinafter more fully de 25 scribed and claimed and the preferred form of construction by which these objects are attained is shown in the accompanying drawing in which Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a toilet bowl em bodying my invention. 30 ' Fig. 2 is .an enlarged section taken on line 2-2 of Fig. 1. ~ ‘ As shown in Fig. l, a toilet bowl I is provided which is of the usual porcelain construction and which is provided with a flush tank 2 operated by 35 a flush valve handle 3. Formed integrally at one side of the bowl is a chamber 4 having a sloping bottom 5 and a vertical outer wall 6. This cham ber is open to the interior of the bowl on one side to allow free access between the compart 40 ment and the bowl anda nozzle or jet 1 is sup ported in the wall 6 of the chamber 4 and is sup plied with water through a water pipe 8 which is connected to the water supply pipe 9 for the ?ush tank 2. Flow through the pipe 8 is con 45 trolled by means of a manually operated valve handle it shown more particularly in Fig. 1 and the stem of which is shown in Fig. 2. By this ar rangement, the valve handle l0 may be turned to one position to allow water to ?ow through the jet or nozzle 1 into the chamber 4 and by turning the valve handle in the opposite direc tion the water supply to the chamber 4 may be shut cit. At the upper edge of the vertical wall ii, the compartment is provided with an outward A pair of toilet paper 55 ly extending ?ange H. allow access to the interior of the bowl, if de sired. In use, the valve handle I0 may be turned to 20 allow the water to flow from the nozzle 1 through the compartment 4 and over the edge 24 of the ‘ said compartment into the toilet bowl. The toilet paper may be torn off from the roll and wet at the nozzle 1 of the said compartment and 25 may be used without dripping any water over any portion of the toilet seat due to the shape and design of the said seat in combination with the compartment 4 which allows free access be tween the compartment and the toilet bowl. The valve handle It may be turned, if desired, to al low a steady ?ow through the nozzle 1 into the compartment 4 or may be used for ?ushing the compartment and then turning the valve off. By the ‘arrangement shown, the toilet paper is mounted at a convenient point in relation to the compartment 4 and by arranging the seat as shown, no water need be dripped over the seat as free access is allowed between the compart ment and the bowl. Having. thus fully described my invention, its utility and mode of operation, what I claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United ‘ States is-— 1. The combination with a toilet bowl of a compartment formed integrally with the upper 45 portion of the toilet bowl, said compartment being open on the side toward the toilet bowl and the upper edge of the compartment extending in the plane of the upper edge of the toilet‘ bowl, 60 manually operable means for producing ?ow of water in said compartment, the upper edge of the compartment being provided with a ?ange, a pair of supports secured to the ?ange, a toilet paper 65. 2 2,049,584 roll mounted in said supports, a toilet seat brack— et pivotally connected to the aforesaid sup-ports and a toilet seat secured to the toilet seat bracket, the toilet seat being provided with an open por CR tion over the compartment allowing free access between the compartment and the bowl. 2. The combination with a toilet bowl of a compartment formed integrally with the upper portion of the bowl and opening into the bowl, in dependent ?ushing means for flushing the said compartment, said ?ushing means directing water into the compartment and'through the open side thereof into the toilet bowl, a bracket pivotally mounted on the upper edge of the compartment and a toilet seat secured to- said bracket, said toilet seat having an opening over the compart ment to allow free access between the compart ment and the bowl. 7 3. The combination with a toilet bowl provided 20 with a ?ush tank of a compartment formed in tegrally with one side ‘of the bowl and opening thereinto for the full width of the compartment, a nozzle discharging into the compartment, .a toilet .seat supportedon the outer edge of the com partment and a toilet paper roll holder mounted on the outer edge of said compartment, 4-,. The combination with a toilet bowl pro vided with a-?ush tank of a compartment formed integrally with the bowl and opening thereinto. 30 ?ushing means for ?ushing the said -compart-. ment, said ?ushing means allowing water to ?ow through the compartment and through the open side thereof into the toilet bowl and a toilet seat pivotally mounted on the upper edge of said compartment. 5. The combination with a toilet bowl provided with a ?ush tank of a compartment formed in tegrally with one side of the bowl and opening thereinto for its full width and ?ushing means for flushing the said compartment, said V?ushing means allowing water to’ flow through the com 1O partment and through the open .side thereof into the toilet bowl. ' 6. The combination with a toilet bowl pro vided with a ?ush tank of a compartment formed integrally with one side of the bowl and opening 15 thereinto for the full width of the compartment, a nozzle discharging into the compartment, a manually operable valve for controlling flow through said nozzle, said compartment being pro vided with a bottom sloping into the bowl. 7,. The combination with a toilet bowl provided with :a .?ush tank, of a compartment formed in tegrally with the bowl and opening thereinto, flushing means for ?ushing the said compart~ ment, said ?ushing means allowing the water to 25 ?ow through .the compartment and through the open side thereof into the toilet bowl and a toilet seat pivotally mounted to .rest on the upper edge of the toilet :bowl. , ' ARTHUR A. BYERLEIN.