I came across an interesting edition of Mendel Beilis' autobiography in the original Yiddish. Printed in 1993, the book was privately published in honor of the Shanovitch family's son Bar Mitzvah, a rather odd choice I thought.
There is a phone number in the book, but a call to the family didn't lead to any explanation other than that Beilis was an important man in their community, the community of Chabad.
After the title page appears a statement by the family in Yiddish: " With praise to G-d we are pleased to reprint the autobiography of Mendel Beilus. the Beilus Blood Libel trial has a special place in Jewish History for had he not emerged innocent the consequences would have been dire for Jewry...."
hat-tip: Dr S. Sprecher