I was removing the LR axle from a 1910 Mitchell and needed a puller to get the axle and bearing assembly out of the axle tube (the RR axle slipped right out).
Model T junk to the rescue! A worn triple gear and worn low speed drum hub were just the right length, and the drum hub just the right diameter to seat against the axle tube. Screwing on the nut was sufficient to pull out the sleeve.
For those interested, this car had similar Hyatt bearings at both ends of each axle. During restoration 35 years ago the outboard bearings were replaced with modern ball units that fit into the original Hyatt sleeve. The ID was too large however, and a shim (since disintegrated) was added between the bearing and axle. New axles and outer bearings are on the menu.