May 5, 1913
At the forthcoming annual meeting of the Liverpool club, additional interest will be invested in the proceedings by reason of the fact that here will be a fresh candidate for a position in the board of directors, in the person of Mr. Edward Askew Bainbridge, who for many years was connected with Everton.
The three retiring directors are Messrs. William Robert Williams, Thomas Crompton, and John James Ramsay. The latter has had a long association with the Liverpool club, dating even before the time when the split took place which caused the formation of Everton and the subsequent migration to Goodison Park.
Mr. Bainbridge was unsuccessful in attempting to regain his place on the Everton board last May, after having been unseated the previous year.
(The Athletic News: May 5, 1913)