This pic is of a group of young men from the Penman's clothing factory in Paris, Ontario, c. 1893. The triangle on their jerseys is a symbol used by that factory.That much we know. They are dressed for some sporting activity, perhaps a team sport which in 1893 is a fairly new concept - rugby and football have just been around for a few years. They are wearing sleeveless jerseys, loose fitting heavy cotton knickers, and rubber soled plimsole shoes. But why do they have these silly tricorn hats and curtain rod poles? Also, the pic is identified by someone as 'canaryboys, c. 1893' Any ideas?