Defendant agreed with an employees' union that its employees would not be discharged without cause or without a hearing. The plaintiff, who entered into an employment contract with the defendant for an indefinite term, was discharged by the latter without a hearing, and sued as a third party beneficiary for breach of the defendant's agreement with the union. Held, in Johnson v. Am. Ry Express Co., that this agreement was a valid third party beneficiary contract, and so enforcible by the plaintiff who was one of the parties intended to be benefited by it.