If one of the two has a lockout on the suspension fork, that would be the one I'd go with.
I am a fan of the upright, cruiser-style bikes. That one doesn't look like the pedals are set way forward, which is what puts all the weight on your butt and makes you go slow. I like the upright bikes because I have a big chest and I can't breathe when I have to lean down for the handlebars (probably also why I don't like the suspension fork, at my weight it just goes into its lowest position and stays there).
Anyhow, you should probably try both, unless you totally fall in love with the first one you look at. If you can, take it for a ride around the block or up and down the street because you can't tell how the suspension will behave until you're riding for a little while.