I had a great uncle named William Henry Schreiber who lived at roughly the same time as yours.Some of your geographican info doesn't fit, but there may be a link.I can't get to my genealogy program right now, but would be happy to provide further info and/or trade if you get back to me by either posting or email (below).
I'm not sure where Will was born, but he lived for some time in Meridian MS, then Albuquerque NM, then Amarillo TX, and eventually died in a Memphis TN nursing home (B'nai B'rith I think).He is buried near his wife in the Jewish cemetery in Meridian.His father was a musician who may have been an orchestra leader or played classical instruments.The father later taught music in Meridian MS, and is buried there. The father was married twice, I don't have the names handy
"Uncle Will" was a vaudeville comedian and excellent musician who often worked with his brother and straight man, Fred Schreiber. I have a number of their photos, original music manuscripts and published sheets, scripts, etc.After Vaudeville, he played the organ and piano for silent movies and had a dance band.He later had fairly menial jobs before retiring to live with his wife near our family, in Amarillo, TX and Oklahoma City.
Will married Caroline "Carrie" Netter in Meridian. The couple had no children, but raised my mother in Albuquerque during the 1920s and 1930s.I knew him as a grandfather.
His brother Fred was married a couple of times, I think, and eventually ran a cleaning shop in Oklahoma. He played in a military band for a time.
The Meridian Jewish cemetery stones indicate that there were two or three siblings who died in childhood.
I have never been able to make a reliable link to earlier Schreibers, or to find out much about great uncle Fred.Any help would be appreciated.