G. F. Schulte, billed as "Chicago's Most Popular Magician,"" was a frequent contributor to The Sphinx (circa 1915).
He also wrote patter books. "Talks for Tricks" was sold from this location, probably his home. He worked for the Lindsay Light Company.
In Felsman's Magical Review (Vol. 1 No. 8 1920) Schulte is profiled and his home address listed as 4908 Lincoln Ave.
4356 N Irving Ave is the address Schulte uses in a Linking Ring ad (May 1928) selling programs from magician's shows in Chicago.
Ad from The Sphinx