Can't help with locating but did find this: St. Charles (Illinois) Chronicle, June 1, 1916
Algonquin Girl Granted a Divorce Mrs. Emma Michaelis Haffner, pretty Algonquin girl who two years ago was married to Stephen Haffner, an Elgin painter, was granted a divorce on the grounds of desertion by Judge Frank E. Shopen, sitting i the circuit court of McHenry county at Woodstock. Haffner announced April 1, 1914, that he was to inherit $10,000 if he married within ten days. He paid ardent suit to Miss Michaelis, who was then living in the home of her uncle, Edward J. Adams, in Elgin, and she finally consented to marry him. Two weeks later, Haffner deserted her and it was learned that his claim of a fortune was a myth.
----- This newspaper item posted as a courtesy. I am not related to nor researching this family and have no further information.