Springborn Sentenced. Theodore Springborn, whose capture, capture, preliminary examination and incarceration incarceration the ENTERPRISE chronicled in its last issue, decided to plead guilty to the charges of embezzlement and forgery, and was taken before Judge Webb at Waupaca Thursday to receive receive sentence. His attorney, F. A. Cady, accompanied him to plead for letiiency. But in view of the widespread widespread financial havoc he has wrought in the homes of those who can but ill afford the loss, he was given the full penalty of the law—imprisonment at hard labor in the state penitentiary at Waupun for a term of five years. Mr. Springborn was at first overcome when the sentence was pronounced, but he soon became reconciled to his fate. Mrs. Springborn has shown a devotion to her husband that could not fail to awaken .sympathy. She has been with him almost constantly ever since his capture, and was also at his side when the court pronounced sentence. Sheriff Lindahl brought the prisoner back to the county seat to allow him to turn over to the" proper parties certain papers relating to some real estate matters. Mr. Springborn was taken to Waupuu to-day.